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Sinn Féin wants border poll this year in event of no-deal Brexit

Party believes only way to avoid hard border in the event of no-deal is through a border poll

27th January, 2019

Sinn Féin is demanding that a border poll take place before the end of the year if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a Brexit deal.

The party believes a border poll is the only way to avoid a hard border in the event of a hard Brexit. Brexit spokesman David Cullinane said that if Britain crashed out of the EU there would have to be a notice period and a...

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