Brexit: Ireland’s Leo Varadkar says EU27 ‘unlikely’ to veto delay
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Taoiseach suggests if an EU state decides to veto extension, ‘they wouldn’t be forgiven’

It is “extremely unlikely” that an EU27 country will veto a UK request for a delay to Brexit at next week’s European council meeting, the Irish taoiseach has said.

Any state that voted down a further Brexit extension would not be forgiven by other member states, Leo Varadkar declared, going on to suggest that his own preference was for a longer extension than the 30 June date proposed by the UK. Continue...

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