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"Northern Ireland ministers will unilaterally suspend checks on goods crossing into the province from Britain if the prime minister signs up to an "unacceptable" new Brexit deal, the leader of the DUP has warned. Sir Jeffrey Donaldson told The Times yesterday in his first newspaper interview since being elected head of the largest unionist party in Northern Ireland that the DUP was "not going to be in the business" of implementing the protocol if it continued to damage the province's relationship with Britain. He also warned the Irish government that his party could suspend key parts of the peace agreement if a compromise could not be reached."
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