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Irish foreign minister urges caution on Brexit breakthrough

November 8, 2018 11:01 AM
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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland’s foreign minister tried to dampen expectations on Thursday that a Brexit deal might be imminent and said it would be wrong to assume that any consensus within the British government meant that an agreement had been clinched.

“Let me just say this in terms of commentary today, particularly in British media, I would urge caution that an imminent breakthrough is not necessarily to be taken for granted, not by a long shot,” Simon Coveney told a conference.

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