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Trust between EU and UK must be rebuilt to break Brexit deadlock, Irish PM tells Euronews

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Trust between EU and UK must be rebuilt to break Brexit deadlock, Irish PM tells Euronews

Trust between EU and UK must be rebuilt to break Brexit deadlock, Irish PM tells Euronews

London and Brussels still have unresolved differences.

But for some, the key to getting a post-Brexit trade deal is rebuilding trust between the two.


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