Irish Prime Minister Varadkar Thinks A Longer Brexit Extension Makes More Sense

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Published on April 5, 2019 - Duration: 00:40s

Irish Prime Minister Varadkar Thinks A Longer Brexit Extension Makes More Sense

According to Reuters, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday that a longer Brexit extension might be favorable to avoid continued uncertainty, Varadkar said this after his British counterpart Theresa May asked for a delay until up to June 30.

Varadkar told Irish national broadcaster, β€œNone of us want no deal next week but we also want to avoid rolling extensions because that just adds to the uncertainty so perhaps a longer extension might make more sense.

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