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What has the Irish Government's response been?
At an International and European Affairs Institute in Dublin, Coveney said, "We are simply going out of business."
"When Donald Tusk was quick to spell last night within minutes of the vote, As the British Government had often stated before the vote, the withdrawal agreement, including the protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland, was not open to renegotiation. "
" It is very important that Westminster politicians understand the overwhelming desire across the Northern Ireland community for not returning to the borders and sharing of times earlier. 19659004] "Anybody w Ho allows it to happen, will be judged hard in history and rightly. This government in Dublin will not allow it."
Coveney also said he would meet Northern Ireland's secretary Karen Bradley on Wednesday night.
What has the Prime Minister said?
] Theresa can tell the Prime Minister's question Wednesday that her government is considering a number of options
Mrs May has said that she is "completely behind" the peace agreement after being accused of tearing it up over Brexit.
SNP accused Tories of terminating the agreement ending decades of violence in the NI by voting for the UK to seek alternative arrangements to the border stop.
But Mrs May said that all she did would be in line with the government's commitment to the 1998 peace agreement.
She told the Prime Minister's question Wednesday that the government is considering a number of options.
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The UK Government agreed on a recall in the draft EU-wide buy-back agreement in November 2018, which would enter into force at the end of the transition period in December 2020, if there is no other solution yet.
Those who reject the backstop fear it will not just be a temporary measure if no future trade has been agreed It is in the UK that sticks to the EU customs union permanently.
Coveney, who is also a teenager (Irish Deputy Prime Minister), said Tuesday's vote in London in favor of alternative arrangements for backstop was "disappointing".
Jump out the window "
He insisted that the Irish government would not allow any renegotiation of the backstop and said that Mrs May had been a" defender of backstop "until three days ago." 19659004 "There is a wing in the Tory party that I think wants another Brexit, and she must accommodate these people by taking a harder line and fundamentally undermining her own position," Coveney told Irish television company RTÉ. 19659004 "The thing for the Irish Government to do is to keep the British Government in its word. "
He also looked like the current approach of the United Kingdom as" whether you give me what I want or I jump out of the window. " Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar is e
What did other EU leaders say?
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Various EU leaders have suggested that no revision of the agreement be made The President of the European Council Donald Tusk says: "Backstop is part of the withdrawal agreement and the withdrawal agreement is not open for renegotiation. "
French President Emmanuel Macron also said the deal was" not redistributable. "
Tusk added, however, that the EU would be willing to look at the political statement again – that part of the agreement making a promise on the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the EU – and that the EU would "stand ready" to consider any reasoned request for the extension of leave on March 29.
BBC Europe editor Katya Adler said there was "no one cracks "in EU unit, with its leaders united with Ireland, and they will not" give up "backstop.
What happens later?
The Irish border has been one of the biggest points of the Brexit negotiations
Theresa May meets Director of Labor Jeremy Corbyn to discuss his plan for Brexit.
Currently, the UK expects to leave the EU at noon. 23.00 GMT on March 29 with or without agreement. 19659004] Mrs May has said she wants to work with the Irish Government and the EU to get an agreement that works across the UK.
Her revised agreement will return to the municipality to vote next month.
But if it is rejected again, the government will propose an amendment, which means that MEPs can make several amendments as they did earlier – for debate the following day.
And if no new agreement has been reached by Parliament on 13 February, she will make a statement and again table an amendment for debate the next day.