George Mitchell calls for no border controls post-Brexit
Former senator believes special arrangement can be made
Former US Senator George Mitchell has said that a “special arrangement” can be put in place to avoid border controls after Brexit.
He spent more than two years continuously in the North chairing the negotiations that led to the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.
In an interview with The Sunday Business Post, Mitchell said he hoped that responsible leaders in the EU and Britain would negotiate an agreement that would continue to allow the free...
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