Britain's agriculture commissioner, Phil Hogan, said he remains hopeful that common sense might prevail in relation Brexit, but that he had no answers to the question of the  Irish border.

"Despite the madness of Brexit, I still think common sense might prevail,” said Hogan while Briefing journalists on the European Commission’s Agriculture and Food contingency measures preparedness.

Hogan stressed that "a no deal makes no sense,” when asked by journalists how things will evolve ahead go W...


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