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Brexit Haunts Northern Ireland as Sinn Fein Gains in Elections

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BrianBeary.new1Brexit may be about to claim another casualty: the devolved Northern Ireland government. 

First results in the snap elections Thursday for the Northern Ireland Assembly suggest a surge in support for the Irish nationalist Sinn Fein Party whose long-term goal is to reunify the northern and southern parts of Ireland. Sinn Fein’s wins come partly at the expense of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), the pro-UK party that leads the devolved Northern Ireland government created under the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.
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