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Published on : Thursday, October 27, 2016
The taoiseach said that they don’t have any agreement because they are not sure what the British are looking for. He was speaking as Jeremy Corbyn accused Theresa May of presiding over a “shambolic Tory Brexit”, saying the government had no plan for the UK’s EU departure.
The Labour leader requested for clarity on the travel issue and warned of the effect of Brexit on the Irish border. The PM pledged no return to the “borders of the past” saying a Common Travel Area had existed since 1923.
More than 300 people are invited for an all-island forum speaking on the implications of Brexit. The Irish government did not resile from its responsibilities for the whole of the island because of Brexit. Travel to Northern Ireland has always been a topic for discussion in all meetings with EU leaders after the Brexit result.