Published On: Sat, Nov 3rd, 2018

Brexit may affect UK-Ireland relations: Irish PM


The prime minister of Ireland, Leo Varadkar, has opined that the United Kingdom’s decision to step out of the European Union might adversely affect the relation between London and Dublin.

It is clear that Ireland is of the opinion that the United Kingdom should remain in the European Union to make sure that the London-Dublin relation is not damaged.

At present, the negation between the EU and UK is progressing to felicitate the harmless withdrawal of the union’s most prominent member.

It was nearly two years ago the decision to withdraw from the union was taken by the United Kingdom. In fact, the UK was compelled to take such a decision, as the majority of the voters appeared to cast their opinion in the referendum on whether the UK should remain in the European Union rejected the idea and supported the Brexit. It was the Labour Party of the UK that played a crucial role in creating a public opinion in favour of the Brexit.

Actually, the UK’s induction to the union was the reason that ended the issues in connection with a border that the UK shares with Ireland.

Now, the fear is that the UK exit from the EU may bring back that issue to the forefront of the UK-Ireland political relations.

What are those significant decisions both the UK and Ireland should take to avoid the occurrence of such a circumstance?



Vignesh. S. G

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Brexit may affect UK-Ireland relations: Irish PM