Brexit to affect Northern Ireland’s economy

Prime Minister Theresa May's expected to trigger article 50 in the coming days, beginning Britain's divorce from the European Union. Analysts say the move will have major ramifications on both sides of the Irish border.

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    Prime Minister Theresa May's expected to trigger article 50 in the coming days, beginning Britain's divorce from the European Union.

    Analysts say the move will have major ramifications on both sides of the Irish border.

    Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU, and will now be taken out against their will.

    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from Northern Ireland.


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