Ireland 'not being unreasonable'
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Ireland 'needs more credible answers' on Brexit

Ireland's deputy prime minister, Simon Coveney, tells the BBC there is no desire in his country to derail Brexit - but that it needs to protect its own interests.

He said his government was not looking for the "full detail" but needed more information from the UK.

"That is not an unreasonable ask," he said.

  • 03 Dec 2017
  • From the section Europe