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DUP stands firm to no hard border with Ireland ahead of key Brexit vote


Devdiscourse News Desk belfast Ireland
Updated: 29-01-2019 19:46 IST
DUP stands firm to no hard border with Ireland ahead of key Brexit vote

"(The) backstop has to be removed with a legally binding commitment to no hard border," Wilson said on RTE radio. The DUP props up May's minority government. 

The Irish backstop and withdrawal agreement as they stand are not acceptable, Democratic Unionist Party lawmaker Sammy Wilson said on Tuesday, before the UK parliament votes on amendments to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal with Brussels.

"(The) backstop has to be removed with a legally binding commitment to no hard border," Wilson said on RTE radio. The DUP props up May's minority government.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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