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Dublin hopeful of fresh bid 'within weeks' to end post-Brexit trade deal row

Sky News Friday, 16 September 2022
Dublin hopeful of fresh bid 'within weeks' to end post-Brexit trade deal rowIrish foreign minister Simon Coveney has expressed "cautious optimism" talks between the UK and Brussels to resolve the dispute over post-Brexit arrangements in Northern Ireland will restart within weeks.
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