Amid a flurry of long Brexit extension headlines, Ireland's Foreign Minister Simon Coveney is reported by Reuters, as saying that long extension would allow the UK to rethink its approach to Brexit.
Long extension would give the UK a long reflection period about kind of Brexit it wants.
Would not describe long extension as restarting Brexit talks.
A crash out could happen by ‘accident’ even if most do not want it.
Thinks the UK will get extension so long as there is plan to go along with that.
Mentions long extension of 21 months as possibility.
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