Irish MEP Says It's Still Possible For EU To Agree A 'Skinny' Trade Deal With The UK

Meetings to agree a trade deal have been taking place this week

Yesterday, a group of MEPs said they wouldn't pass the trade deal if Britain breaks last year's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

The British government intends to change it if they fail to agree a trade deal by the end of the year. 

Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says a 'very basic' trade deal is achievable - and so does MEP Luke 'Ming' Flanagan:

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