UK election: Anger in Belfast over Boris Johnson Brexit plan

Why divided communities in Northern Ireland are uniting against PM Boris Johnson's Brexit plan.

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    Northern Ireland's divided communities have found something they can agree on - hostility towards Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit plan.

    There is now no political party in the province which supports his proposals on leaving the European Union, and opposition to Brexit is starting to break down traditional religious and political differences.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Belfast.


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