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Ireland 'The Next Topic' In Brexit Talks: UK

by Jason Gorringe,, London

11 August 2017

The next round of EU-UK Brexit negotiations will comprise detailed discussions on a number of issues affecting Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, according to the UK's Brexit Secretary.

David Davis has written to parliament's Committee on Exiting the European Union to provide an update on the progress made to date in negotiating the UK's withdrawal.

Davis wrote: "More detailed discussions are planned for the next round of negotiations, including in relation to the Common Travel Area and North-South and East-West cooperation under the Belfast Agreement."

"Of course the key issues in relation to cross-border economic cooperation and energy will need to form an integral part of discussions on the UK's future relationship with the EU."

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