Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar conceded that a no-deal Brexit would force Dublin to put up a hard border in order to protect the European Union. However they also insist there is no other option than the already signed “Withdrawal Agreement” which has been rejected 3 times by UK parliament.
On his first official visit to Ireland, President Donald Trump met with Leo Varadkar at the VIP lounge at Shannon Airport. While Trump appeared to make mistake about the irish border, it seems he was once again right and ahead of his time… Trump supports the United Kingdom’s divorce from the European Union while Varadkar, as an EU puppet has become a Brexit opponent.
The Irish prime minister vowed to protect the EU’s single market if Britain leaves the bloc without a deal on October 31. The leader said he would implement the necessary checks on goods from Northern Ireland, which would ultimately lead to a hard border. After EU27 leaders were “updated” on the bloc’s no deal Brexit plans, Mr Varadkar told reporters: “If there is a no-deal Brexit at the end of October, Ireland will be under an obligation to protect the single market.
“It’s our single market, our economy and our jobs are dependent on it and we’ll have to make sure that Ireland doesn’t become the backdoor to the European single market and we’re going to work with the Commission on mechanisms by which we can do that.
this from Leo who had previously stated ” I am the European Union” – he is more interested in EU’s rights than the rights of the irish people, North and South…