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Brexit: Taoiseach hopeful of EU-UK deal but says trust has eroded

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Brexit: Taoiseach hopeful of EU-UK deal but says trust has eroded

Brexit: Taoiseach hopeful of EU-UK deal but says trust has eroded

Brexit: Irish Prime Minister "hopeful" of deal but says "trust has eroded" - Euronews speaks to Taoiseach Micheál Martin in this week's Global Conversation.View on euronews


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