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Brexit: UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override treaty, says Ireland's Coveney

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 03:57s - Published
Brexit: UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override treaty, says Ireland's Coveney

Brexit: UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override treaty, says Ireland's Coveney

Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told Euronews the UK is wrong if it thinks overriding the Northern Ireland Protocol would not provoke a trade war with the EU.


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