Brexit talks: Joe Biden says UK and Ireland must not have hard border

  The Guardian 

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US president-elect’s renewed call for Good Friday peace deal to be honoured could complicate Britain’s negotiations with EU The US president-elect, Joe Biden, has repeated his call for the border between Ireland and the United Kingdom to remain open as the contentious issue threatens to complicate the final stages of the Brexit process. Biden had stressed the importance of protecting Northern Ireland’s peace deal in the Brexit process in a call with the UK’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, after the Democrat won the US election against Donald Trump. He also said that he had discussed the issue with other European leaders. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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