Irish Leader Urges UK To Try Harder To Prevent No-Deal Brexit
Thursday, 20 September 2018 Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar has issued a stark warning to the United Kingdom, urging British leader Theresa May to “double the efforts” to avoid a no-deal Brexit and a hard border between Britain and Ireland, The Express reports. Varadkar said Ireland will remain “at the heart of Europe” as he and European Union member state leaders meet in Salzburg to discuss Brexit and immigration. Speaking ahead of today’s talks, the Irish Taoiseach revealed he held an early morning meeting with May, where he discussed Brexit and its implications for the British Isles. Despite saying the meeting was “very good”, Varadkar did not refrain from reminding his British counterpart there is not much time...
On Tuesday, Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable declared Brexit “can and must be stopped.”
Cable called on the Prime Minister Theresa May to back a second referendum on leaving the EU.
"Theresa May could shock us all, by displaying true leadership. She could admit that the Brexit project has...
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