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Ms Pelosi said she and her fellow delegates made it clear in all their meetings in London that there would be "no chance whatsoever" of a US-UK trade deal if Brexit weakened the 1998 Belfast Agreement.

"A number of the ERG members were not exactly pleased with what they heard from the US side," he said.

The Philadelphia politician, the only House member with an Irish-born parent, noted the positive role played by the US in the peace process and how this was ultimately applauded by the UK.

"The idea that some folks in London, Dublin, Brussels and Washington DC are all acting together as part of some grand conspiracy in making up our concerns for a re-establishment of a hard border is a world view that is extremely difficult for me to understand," said Mr Boyle.

by Bernard on Fri Apr 26th, 2019 at 02:41:16 PM EST

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