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Brexit poses huge challenges for Ireland

By DW
29 December 2020   |   10:55 am
The transition period for Brexit ends on December 31. This will affect Ireland more than any other EU member state. But hopes are strong that it will at least not reignite the conflict in Northern Ireland.

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