Johnson resignation offers 'opportunity to reset' Anglo-Irish relations - Martin

Jul 08, 2022 View Original Article
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41% : Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney also stressed Ireland and the UK's shared responsibilities under the peace process and "international law on Brexit", as he wished Mr Johnson well.
41% : He tweeted: "The Irish government stands ready to work with a new UK PM on protecting our shared achievements in the peace process and our shared responsibility under international law on Brexit.

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