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Macron 'tells PM to keep his word' amid Northern Ireland sausage trade row

Sky News Saturday, 12 June 2021
Macron 'tells PM to keep his word' amid Northern Ireland sausage trade rowBoris Johnson has met with EU leaders in Cornwall amid the lingering row over post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland.
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The move is seen as confirming the British unionist party's return to its traditionalist roots. It comes as the EU warns the UK to respect Brexit trade obligations.

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