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Varadkar playing politics with the Good Friday Agreement, says DUP

8th April, 2018

Senior DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson has accused the Irish government of playing politics with the Good Friday Agreement and using it as leverage in the Brexit talks.

Donaldson said the rhetoric from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s administration in recent times has damaged relations between north and south and Ireland and Britain. “No one should be playing politics with the agreement. I think there is a risk they [the Irish government] are,” he told The Sunday Business...

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