The Prime Minister has again vowed that there will be no hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, and has revealed a six point pledge which has been included in Friday's Brexit deal.
Theresa May told the House of Commons that Northern Ireland's voice will continue to be heard throughout the negotiations.
UTV's Jane Loughrey reports.
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Theresa May and David Davis have arrived in Brussels to meet with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.
The Prime Minister and Brexit Secretary arrived shortly before 7am Brussels time (6am GMT) on Friday morning.
The meeting follows a flurry of diplomacy by Mrs May late on Thursday that fuelled speculation that an agreement on plans to maintain a soft Irish border was edging closer.
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