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Brexit trade deal: British are 'creating chaos deliberately' says Irish foreign minister

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Brexit trade deal: British are 'creating chaos deliberately' says Irish foreign minister

Brexit trade deal: British are 'creating chaos deliberately' says Irish foreign minister

Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney did not mince his words when questioned by Euronews' Shona Murray on the latest Brexit furore.

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