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Brexit: EU toughens its stance ahead of talks and Ireland's new allies in Europe

The best of Brexit-related developments beyond the main headlines

27th April, 2017
The EU is gearing up for the Brexit talks Pic: Getty


Phil Hogan has never been one to “pull his punches” and his address at an IFA Brexit event this week proved no exception.

The EU Commissioner for Agriculture & Rural Development took a swipe at “the looney voices on the right of the Tory party”, “fanciful” notions of an EmpIre 2.0 and a right-wing...

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