Arlene Foster: ‘No need for checks between GB and Northern Ireland because we’re the same country’

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‘I would say there’s no need for any checks between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, because we’re the same country’

Arlene Foster explains her views on the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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