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Ireland asks EU for "invisible" post-Brexit UK border

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Ireland asks EU for "invisible" post-Brexit UK border

Ireland asked EU negotiators on Thursday to help it keep the border across the island "invisible" after Brussels reaches a Brexit deal with London that will take the British province of Northern Ireland out of the European Union. Irish F...

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