DUP leader says relations with Irish Republic not under threat despite Brexit

Arlene Foster strikes conciliatory tone after tensions over Dublin’s request for special economic status for Northern Ireland

The Democratic Unionist leader, Arlene Foster, has reached out to the Irish Republic stating that her support for Brexit does not threaten good cross-border relations.

In a keynote speech in the Republic, Foster compared the two states on the island to “two houses tied together”. The former first minister of Northern Ireland said her region and the Republic were like “two semi-detached houses” shared by good neighbours.

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