Ireland officials reject British calls to renegotiate Brexit

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted a new way must be found to keep the Irish border open, but still can not say what that plan may be.

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    Politicians and business leaders in Ireland have rejected British calls to renegotiate London's exit from the EU.

    UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted a new way must be found to keep the Irish border open.

    But he still can not say what that plan may be.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from the Irish border.


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