Fri. Nov 15th, 2019

Boris Johnson has no credible backstop replacement, says Irish deputy PM

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The tánaiste says Britain has not made credible proposals on replacing the Irish border backstop arrangement in Brexit talks. Simon Coveney, who is also Ireland’s foreign minister, said any agreement had to be credible, meaning it must avoid the return of a hard border and protect the EU single market

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