WATCH: Brexit takes a backseat live on Sky News as Leo Varadkar talks Dublin's drive-for-five
Sky News viewers in the UK may have tuned into Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's press conference in Cork yesterday expecting the latest on Brexit negotiations.
Instead they got a glimpse into what's on the minds of the majority of Irish people this weekend - the All-Ireland Final replay between Dublin and Kerry.Read more: Independent.ie
Leo Varadkar says gap between Britain and European Union in Brexit talks 'very wide'LEO Varadkar has said the gap between Britain and the European Union in Brexit talks is “very wide”. The Taoiseach said British proposals on the border fall “very far short”…
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says gap between UK and EU on Brexit deal 'very wide'Leo Varadkar revealed that the Irish Government has always been willing to explore alternative arrangements
Thursday's Evening Round-Up: Cork murder; Beef talks; Barnier talks BrexitSo that’s nearly Thursday wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
Coveney: Boris' Brexit approach has 'shaken' Good Friday AgreementSimon Coveney says the whole point of the 1998 deal was to unite communities and eliminate borders.
Brexit: Varadkar says gap between EU and UK on deal ‘very wide’Taoiseach says what we are seeing from Britain ‘falls very far short of what we need’
Varadkar: Border checks may be needed in event of no-deal BrexitThe Taoiseach stressed that it is “not to be assumed” there will be border checks, but he was answering the question “on a hypothetical level”.