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15 May 2018, 06:37 | Glen Norman
BBCThe campaign for the reunification of Ireland has grown since the Brexit vote
By getting us "there", he made clear, he meant to the "same outcome" as that envisaged in the backstop agreement, if by different means.
Diplomats and officials in Brussels note little progress in Brexit negotiations since the European Union leaders last met, raising doubt about whether the bloc and London would be able to mark another milestone at the next top-level summit on June 28-29.
About it reports Reuters with a reference to the statement by the German Minister for European Affairs Michael Roth announced in Brussels on Monday, may 14.
Both sides worry that reinstating a physical border between EU-member Ireland and Britain's province of Northern Ireland - including to manage customs - could revive violence there.
May's spokesman said London was working on two options for post-Brexit customs cooperation. "What we are concerned is in particular the question of Northern Ireland, where we expect a significant compromise from the British side".
Under a customs partnership, Britain could collect tariffs on goods entering the country on the EU's behalf.
She was sceptical about UK Prime Minister Theresa May's idea to use smart border technology to enable an open border between the EU and the UK even if the latter leaves the customs union. "We have seen on the Norway-Sweden border that we still need all customs administrative measures despite us having a very well-functioning border", she said.
Other outstanding issues include guarantees for expatriate rights and trade rules after Brexit.
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Giving evidence to the National Assembly's Brexit Committee on Monday, the first minister said the UK government produced a paper at a recent meeting with Welsh and Scottish ministers on their role in developing the UK Brexit negotiating position.
Prime Minister Theresa May has long said she wants the closest possible security ties with the European Union, arguing that it would only reduce the continent's safety if established organisations and communication lines were broken or weakened.
"Barnier (the EU's chief Brexit negotiator) was more pessimistic than I have ever heard him be".
Mr Coveney is adamant, however, that London must present its proposals within the next few weeks; "if there is a new approach that can held get us there then we're happy to talk about that, as is the Barnier task force".
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