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However, Lamy’s split may not be representative of the role the EU now has in upholding the spirit and letter of the Good Friday Agreement, something that, before Brexit, it did not have to worry about.

The EU is now likely to have to face the fact that its foreign policy must include provisions to maintain stability on its westernmost border.

Mr. Lamy continued: “If it’s about how many toothbrushes [should be subject to checks]this is solvable.

“If it’s that there shouldn’t be a border between the EU and Ireland, then this is non-negotiable because this is what the British people decided when they decided on Brexit.”

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