How Brexit created a ‘recipe for endless tension’ among unionists upon N. Ireland’s centenary

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    On the cusp of the province’s centenary this month, Arlene Foster announced her resignation as Northern Irish first minister on April 28 after members of her Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) urged even stronger opposition to the customs border in the Irish Sea. It’s the latest sign of the fear and anger that Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal has provoked among unionists.

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