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Irish government talks may drift into June: Fianna Fail leader

Reuters Wednesday, 29 April 2020
The leader of one of the parties negotiating to form a new Irish government raised the prospect on Wednesday of talks drifting well into June, extending a months-long deadlock that has been overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic.
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