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Analysis: Phoney war is over, now the stress is really on May’s government

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FOR a draft treaty 188 pages long, the key sentence on how the European Commission proposes to solve the Northern Ireland border problem is remarkably straightforward: “A common regulatory area comprising the Union and the United Kingdom in respect of Northern Ireland is hereby established.” The draft also suggests, provocatively, that Northern Ireland would become part of the EU custom’s territory i.e. part of the customs union, implying a border in the Irish Sea.http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/16057494.Analysis__Phoney_war_is_over__now_the_stress_is_really_on_May___s_government/

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