Brexit ‘deception’ may have contributed to rioting, says NI’s justice minister

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    Northern Ireland’s justice minister, Naomi Long, of the Alliance party, said ‘dishonesty’ over Brexit had fuelled resentment but condemned the violence and rioting that has hit the region over the past week.

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