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Arlene Foster, First Minister of Northern Ireland, joins Christopher Hope to discuss the meeting of the decade's two biggest stories: Brexit and the pandemic. She tells us why she's outraged at new regulations banning soil from crossing the English-Northern Irish border, and why she's going to remind the Prime Minister of his infamous "customs forms in the bin" speech when they meet on Wednesday.
Plus, Theresa Villiers MP on how the UK can capitalise on freedom from EU regulations and former British Ambassador to France and Washington, Sir Peter Westmacott on whether the UK and the EU can kiss and make up... and partying with President Joe Biden.
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