Ireland denies threats but vows to remain `resolute´ over Brexit border row

The Irish government has denied threatening to derail the Brexit negotiations but insisted it would remain “resolute” in its stance over the border row with the UK. Theresa May has just a week to meet a European Union deadline to make progress on key Brexit stumbling blocks, including the handling of Northern Ireland’s border, but Cabinet minister Liam Fox said the issue could not be finally resolved until trade talks with Brussels have progressed. Dr Fox said a final position could not be reached until it was known what the “end state” of the UK-EU relationship will be after the 2019…

Ireland denies threats but vows to remain `resolute´ over Brexit border row

The Irish government has denied threatening to derail the Brexit negotiations but insisted it would remain “resolute” in its stance over the border row with the UK. Theresa May has just a week to meet a European Union deadline to make progress on key Brexit stumbling blocks, including the handling of Northern Ireland’s border, but Cabinet minister Liam Fox said the issue could not be finally resolved until trade talks with Brussels have progressed. Dr Fox said a final position could not be reached until it was known what the “end state” of the UK-EU relationship will be after the 2019…