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Micheal Martin welcomes EU's budget and Covid-19 recovery fund

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Micheal Martin welcomes EU's budget and Covid-19 recovery fund

Micheal Martin welcomes EU's budget and Covid-19 recovery fund

The Taoiseach has hailed the EU agreement on a 1.82 trillion euro budget and coronavirus recovery fund.Micheal Martin said it is a strong deal which includes a substantial and significant package of measures.


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Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin said on Wednesday "trust had been eroded"with Britain in Brexit negotiations after the British government announced itwas putting forward legislation that it admitted breaks international law byoverriding parts of the legally binding withdrawal agreement. Prospects of atrade deal between Britain and the European Union appeared to dim onWednesday, with the EU saying that even the smallest UK breach of the Brexitwithdrawal treaty would undermine what little trust is left between the twosides.

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European Union leader Charles Michel has criticised the UK at the UN GeneralAssembly for its threats to renege on parts of the Withdrawal Agreement itsigned with the bloc. He warned on Friday that the 27-nation organisation willnot back down in the final weeks of talks on a free trade deal. Mr Michel saidā€œrespect for treaties, a basic principle of international law, comes to beconsidered optional even by those who, until recently, were its historicalguarantorsā€. ā€œAll this in the name of partisan interests,ā€ he said inreference to the UK Government.

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