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Ireland says Britain 'totally unreasonable' in Brexit backstop dispute

Reuters Friday, 30 August 2019
Ireland accused Britain of being "totally unreasonable" over Brexit on Friday, saying London had not made credible proposals to replace the Irish border backstop. But the British government insisted it had offered ways of solving the key sticking point.
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