Ireland says not close to Brexit deal but mood has improved

FILE - In this file photo dated Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018, The Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland, Simon Coveney, addresses the media at the Foreign Ministry in Berlin, Germany. The Irish government has published legislation designed to ease the damage if Britain leaves the European Union without a Brexit deal, and Coveney said Friday Feb. 22, 2019, that the bill would try to "offset the worst effects of a disorderly Brexit" by supporting businesses and ensuring citizens can access services. (AP Pho





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