Simon Coveney appeared relatively relaxed at the beginning of the summer when it was put to him that last year’s withdrawal agreement could potentially be undermined in some way by the British government.
Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, had earlier that day expressed frustration that not only were the talks on a future trading relationship stalling, but the British also appeared to be backtracking on the commitments they had given under the...
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