Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has made clear that it would be "a terrible political miscalculation" on behalf of the UK political establishment to assume that the UK would be offered a new Withdrawal Agreement because Theresa May failed to pass it through the House of Commons.
During question time in the Irish parliament, Varadkar noted Dublin's concern over political developments in the UK and said that May was “not a bad negotiator”.
Varadkar criticised the UK for assuming that Ireland w...
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