Leo Varadkar has claimed Britain will come out worse than Ireland or the European Union in the event of a no-deal Brexit as Dublin voiced its “frustration” over Theresa May’s negotiating strategy.
The Irish Taoiseach insisted Brussels is willing to compromise to avoid a hard border in Ireland while Ireland’s Foreign Minister demanded Theresa May honor her previous commitment to the so-called ‘backstop’ contingency.
Mr. Varadkar cast doubt on the prospect of Britain striking a withdrawal agreement this month and warned a deal could still be two months away.
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