Sinn Fein makes major gains in Irish elections

The Irish republican party, Sinn Fein, has made major election gains in Northern Ireland's assembly at the expense of pro-British unionists. The Democratic Unionist Party, which supports Brexit, has seen its 10-seat majority cut to just one.

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    The Irish republican party, Sinn Fein, has made major election gains in Northern Ireland's assembly at the expense of pro-British unionists.

    The Democratic Unionist Party, which supports Brexit, has seen its 10-seat majority cut to just one.

    Sinn Fein opposes leaving the European Union.


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