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Brexit CRISIS: Ireland’s Simon Coveney fears ‘serious’ consequences as talks near collapse

Virtual negotiations are due to resume again on May 11 with officials still unable to meet face-to-face due to the threat of coronavirus.

After the last round, Mr Barnier accused the Government of refusing to engage in a number of areas, including the regulatory level playing field, and deliberately slowing talks down.

Taskforce Europe, led by David Frost, Boris Johnson’s lead negotiator, denied the claims.

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