Asking Britain to seek Brexit extension would backfire says Tánaiste
Tánaiste Simon Coveney’s comments come after the latest round of EU-British talks produced no significant progress on free trade deal
Urging the British government to seek an extension to the Brexit transition period would only further its determination to do the opposite, Simon Coveney has said.
The Tánaiste’s comments came after the latest round of EU-British talks on their future relationship ended on Friday, with no significant progress on agreeing a free trade deal.
The Northern Ireland Assembly last week passed a non-binding motion urging the British government to seek an...
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