Will Boris Johnson bring customs checkpoints in Ireland?

UK PM's comments have been met with concern in the EU and anger in Ireland, which is against a return to a hard border.

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    UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed there may need to be custom checks on the island of Ireland after Brexit, but says that will not necessarily involve new infrastructure.

    His comments have been met with concern in the European Union and anger in Ireland, which is against a return to a hard border.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Manchester.


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