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British police to start training in case of N.Ireland Brexit unrest - Guardian

About 1,000 police officers from Scotland and England will start training for deployment in Northern Ireland in the event of disorder arising from a no-deal Brexit, the Guardian newspaper reported late on Thursday.

Chiefs from the Police Service of Northern Ireland had asked for the reinforcements to handle any problems that may arise from a hard border, the report http://bit.ly/2C0U573 said. (Reporting by Kanishka Singh in Bengaluru Editing by Andrew Heavens)

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