Keir Starmer delivers his Brexit speech in Republic of Ireland Embassy in London | Dougie Beattie

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‘It is beyond reason… In a very short space of time, we will end up with British citizens in Northern Ireland having to show their passports to get back into Britain’

Dougie Beattie discusses Keir Starmer delivering his Brexit speech in the Republic of Ireland Embassy in London

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