‘Keir Starmer ‘totally misses the point’ on Northern Ireland | Dougie Beattie

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‘Keir Starmer was talking about a new deal for Northern Ireland but he totally misses the point.’

GB News’ Dougie Beattie reports from Stormont on Keir Starmer’s speech unveiling Labour’s plan to ‘fix’ issues with the Brexit deal.

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