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Brussels chiefs could have their hands full with an in-house rebellion as leading politicians from Ireland, Denmark and the Netherlands are set to meet in the Hauge this week.
The mini summit said to be between like-minded EU members states, will see Irish PM Enda Kenny meeting with Dutch PM Mark Rutte and Denmark’s Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
The three nations are reportedly due to discuss how they can ensure the upcoming Brexit talks progress smoothly and how to avoid the EU divorce payment causing delays to any future trade deal between the bloc and the UK.