Simon Coveney
age: 47 years
European People's Party
Ireland
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland
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Nationality: IE
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Party: EPP
37/302
Gender: M
84/746
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Brexit U-TURN: Varadkar to finally listen to Boris plans – 'Dublin in eye of the storm'

Friday, August 23, 2019 12:30:00 PM

Deputy Irish prime minister Simon Coveney was forced to admit Dublin is “in the eye of the storm” as the chances of a no-deal Brexit drastically increase. He insisted the withdrawal agreement won’t be renegotiated, but Dublin would still need to listen to Mr Johnson’s plans to avoid customs checks on the border.
Europe more united behind small countries like Ireland because of Brexit, Tánaiste says

Thursday, August 22, 2019 08:04:00 PM

Brexit has only made Europe more united behind small countries such as Ireland and member states will not bow to Boris Johnson on the backstop the Tánaiste says. Simon Coveney says an “unexpected upside” of Brexit is that it has shown other small nations that they will be supported by all members of the EU.
Europe more united behind small countries like Ireland because of Brexit, Tánaiste says

Thursday, August 22, 2019 07:40:00 PM

Brexit has only made Europe more united behind small countries such as Ireland and member states will not bow to Boris Johnson on the backstop the Tánaiste says. Simon Coveney says an “unexpected upside” of Brexit is that it has shown other small nations that they will be supported by all members of the EU.
Europe more united behind small countries like Ireland because of Brexit, Tánaiste says

Thursday, August 22, 2019 07:06:00 PM

Brexit has only made Europe more united behind small countries such as Ireland and member states will not bow to Boris Johnson on the backstop the Tánaiste says. Simon Coveney says an “unexpected upside” of Brexit is that it has shown other small nations that they will be supported by all members of the EU.
Europe more united behind small countries like Ireland because of Brexit, Tánaiste says

Thursday, August 22, 2019 06:59:00 PM

Brexit has only made Europe more united behind small countries such as Ireland and member states will not bow to Boris Johnson on the backstop the Tánaiste says. Simon Coveney says an “unexpected upside” of Brexit is that it has shown other small nations that they will be supported by all members of the EU.
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