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Irish Prime Minister Varadkar Thinks A Longer Brexit Extension Makes More Sense

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Irish Prime Minister Varadkar Thinks A Longer Brexit Extension Makes More Sense

Irish Prime Minister Varadkar Thinks A Longer Brexit Extension Makes More Sense

According to Reuters, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday that a longer Brexit extension might be favorable to avoid continued uncertainty, Varadkar said this after his British counterpart Theresa May asked for a delay until up to June 30.

Varadkar told Irish national broadcaster, “None of us want no deal next week but we also want to avoid rolling extensions because that just adds to the uncertainty so perhaps a longer extension might make more sense.

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