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Peter Mandelson: Brexit’s threat to the Irish economy could see voters turn to unification

It would be an extraordinary irony for the very union the DUP holds so dear to become threatened by the Brexit they have done so much to champion

By Peter Mandelson  

Tony Blair is not fond of hyperbole. So when he said the other day that “there are politicians prepared to sacrifice the Good Friday Agreement on the altar of Brexit,” adding that “this is irresponsibility that is frankly sickening,” you know something bad is going on.

Remarkable as it is, it seems there really is no price too high for some Brexiters to take the UK out of the…

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