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Loyalist factions withdraw from support for Good Friday deal over Brexit customs deal – BBC News

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A group representing the main loyalist parties in Northern Ireland has said that the creation of an EU customs border in the Brexit agreement is undermining unity with Britain. There he says he has withdrawn support for the Good Friday Peace Accord. The Belfast Agreement ended a conflict that claimed more than three and a half thousand lives. The loyalist movement is taking place while the queue is widening due to the impact of Brexit trade rules in Northern Ireland. Sinn Fein, the main nationalist party, has also seen tensions escalate over the widespread push for a referendum on Irish unity. Sophie Raworth presents a report by Fergal Kean on BBC News Ten, measuring the reaction of unionists to the impact of the Brexit deal. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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