The leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, delivers a speech at the official launch of Labour's local election campaign in Manchester, Britain, March 22, 2018. (REUTERS/Phil Noble)
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Britain's opposition Labor Party demanded on Sunday that the government makes a legally binding promise to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland once Britain leaves the European Union, saying ministers' pledges could not be trusted.Ahead of a speech on Monday in which he will accuse ministers of backsliding, he said the Labor Party would put forward a proposed change to Brexit legislation currently going through parliament to make sure the government keeps to its promises on Northern Ireland.On Sunday, Brexit minister David Davis repeated the government's vow to find a way to avoid a hard border in the British province after leaving the EU, saying there would be no checkpoints and no cameras.
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