Coveney insists Brexit guarantee of no hard border won’t be dropped

20th May, 2018

Tánaiste Simon Coveney has insisted that the government will not drop its demand for a legally binding guarantee of no hard border at the forthcoming EU summit.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has floated the idea of Britain remaining tied to a customs union with the EU after the two-year Brexit transition period ends in 2021.

That could temporarily avoid the requirement to have customs checks on goods at the border, but no detail...

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