Taoiseach leo Varadkar and EU’s Brexit chief negotiator Michel Barnier this afternoon
Speaking today, Mr Varadkar said: “There’s very much a strong view across the European Union that there shouldn’t be any more extensions.
“While I have endless patience, some of my colleagues have lost patience, quite frankly, with the UK – and there’s enormous hostility to any further extension.”
He suggested he could only see an extension being agreed to allow for something like a general election or second referendum in the UK.
The Taoiseach added: “What won’t be entertained is an extension for further negotiations, or further indicative votes – the time for that has long since passed.”
Class wario writes:
Today’s Indo. Probably the most agreeable thing I’ve seen attributed to Leo….