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Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rules

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Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rules

Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rules

The Democratic Unionist Party's move deepens Northern Ireland's political deadlock, which is fueling a UK-EU feud.


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