Top: Taoiseach Leo Vardkar with Donald Tusk, President of the ERuropean Council in Brussels today

“That is ultimately a decision for them, however, and that may change. Countries can take positions, often very strong positions, they are often negotiating positions, and yet the final outcome might be more favourable.

While Britain says they intend to leave the customs union and the single market, they also say they want a Free Trade Agreement, and while many of the elements of a free trade agreement, while not being the same as the customs union, may not be that far from that.”

Taoiseach Leo Vardkar today following a meeting with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council.

FIGHT!

Varadkar says Ireland does not want UK to leave EU (RTÉ)

Pics via Donald Tusk

3 thoughts on “Tusk Tusk

    1. Twunt

      The Irish should realise one thing, the EU want them gone, there will be sweeties to be divvied out, and that’s that.

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