When Sir Jeffrey Donaldson campaigned to leave the EU, how exactly did he think the matter of the border would be resolved?

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Donaldson complains bitterly that the Unionists in Northern Ireland have been let down by the Johnson government. That may well be the case - and it undoubtedly appears that there has been double dealing on the part of Westminster.

But when Donaldson was a firm advocate of leaving the EU, how did he think the border issue with the Republic of Ireland would be managed post Brexit?

Is he one of several Brexiters who are now saying that their problems might go away if only Britain would enter a free-trade agreement with the EU?

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