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Euronews 16 Nov 2020

'Time is very, very short': Irish FM says EU and UK have to make 'big progress' ahead of deadline

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Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney believes that talks have ‘got to make big progress.'


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Speaking to reporters, Dr Sean Conley explained that Mr Trump had been suffering from a mild cough, nasal congestion and fatigue - but said he has been improving.

'This morning, the president is doing very well,' he added.

Mr Trump, 74, is considered to be at higher risk of serious complications from coronavirus based on his age, the outcome of his recent physical tests, and the fact that he categorised obese.

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