Ireland’s opposition will continue to support Prime Minister Leo Varadkar’s Fine Gael minority government until 2020 in order to allow him to manage the political and social uncertainty as the official date for the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union draws near.
Varadkar is fighting to defend the 1998 Good Friday Agreement peace deal that helped end four decades of bloody sectarian conflict on the island, which is now in doubt due to Brexit. Varadkar and EU-member Ireland want a...
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