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Labour accuses government of 'brinkmanship' over NI Protocol

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Labour accuses government of 'brinkmanship' over NI Protocol

Labour accuses government of 'brinkmanship' over NI Protocol

Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Louise Haigh accuses the government of "brinkmanship" and "political gameplaying" over proposed changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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