Ireland’s deputy prime minister has criticised Brexit “hardliners” who think “no price is too high to pay for their version of Brexit”.

Simon Coveney told a Dublin conference it was time for British MPs to cast aside “unrealistic” options based on promises that cannot be delivered.

He said he feared in the absence of realism, hardliners would “win” to everyone’s cost, most notably Ireland.

UK MPs are expected to vote on the EU draft Withdrawal Agreement next week.


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