'A lot of questions to be answered': Reaction over government's no-deal Brexit plan

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Reaction has begun rolling in after the Irish government last night published its preparations thus far for a no-deal Brexit

 

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The government needs to finally come out and admit it will not have all the solutions for addressing a no deal Brexit (and nor should they). They can never just say 'I don't know'.

Sound proof border so we never have to hear anymore of this verbal diarrhoea again🙏🏻🤞🏻

Very wishy washy and what about the backstop that seems to have being forgotten all of a sudden.

A poor draft at best ..

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