Irish deputy PM: Urges caution over reports that a Brexit deal could be agreed in next few days

Simon Coveney, Ireland’s deputy prime minister, speaking in Dublin this Thursday, urged caution over the recent optimism that a Brexit deal could be struck in the next few days.

Key quotes:

   •  An imminent breakthrough is not necessarily to be taken for granted.
   •  People mistaken that if the UK cabinet agrees on something, then that is it, everything is agreed.

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