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Johnson: There may be checks on some goods to Northern Ireland

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted on Sunday there would be checks on some goods going from Great Britain to Northern Ireland as a result of his Brexit deal.

The leaked Treasury analysis document that Labour revealed on Friday suggested there could be checks and tariffs placed on goods traveling between the two parts of the UK.

Speaking on British broadcaster Sky News, Johnson said that checks would only be made if “something was coming from GB (Great Britain) via Northern Ireland and was going on to the Republic (of Ireland).”