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During questions to the Home Secretary in the House of Commons, the DUP MP Ian Paisley junior said around 39 to 4o MPs sitting on the benches on his side of the House of Commons.
On way of getting a picture of the scale of human destruction inside the lorry container in Essex was to bear that in mind.
Unionist MPs have branded the government’s approach to Northern Ireland in the Brexit talks “despicable” and a “betrayal”.
In his first appearance before the Northern Ireland affairs select committee, Julian Smith, the Northern Ireland secretary, was questioned about plans to require businesses selling or transiting goods from the region to Britain to complete special paperwork in order to trade post-Brexit.Continue reading...
23/10/2019 - www.theguardian.com