The Irish government has secured the best possible deal for Ireland both north and south in the agreed Brexit deal, according to Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring.

He says the Irish government’s negotiations throughout the process focused on the protection of the Good Friday Agreement and the avoidance of a hard border and both have been secured in the agreement now on the table.

Nonetheless, he told Midwest News today that the deal is now in the hands of the British and while the Prime Minister Theresa May and her cabinet have given it the green light, it remains to be seen what will happen in the British Parliament this afternoon.

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