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"The government recognises, parliamentarians, businesses, people across the country, people in Europe recognise as well that it is in everyone's interest to have at a minimum a transition period to the new relationship," Mr Carney said in an interview with ITV. He also called for "as comprehensive and open a trading and investment partnership between the UK and the EU 27 at the end of that transition".

That would fit with the Irish Government position, reiterated last night by Foreign Minister Simon Coveney at a dinner for the finance sector in Dublin.

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by Cat on Fri Nov 17th, 2017 at 10:32:36 PM EST
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