Johnson tells Varadkar no-deal Brexit 'would be a failure' – BBC News


Brexit is expected to dominate a meeting between Boris Johnson and Taoiseach (Irish PM) Leo Varadkar in Dublin.

It is their first face-to-face meeting since Mr Johnson became prime minister in July.

A no-deal Brexit would be a “failure” that both the British and Irish governments would be responsible for, Boris Johnson has said.

He has ruled out asking the EU to delay the Brexit deadline of 31 October – but the Irish government said it would support another extension.

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Date: December 4, 2019

36 thoughts on “Johnson tells Varadkar no-deal Brexit 'would be a failure' – BBC News

  1. 1:50 Leo Varadkar equates Boris Johnson with Hercules (Herculean task), and offers Ireland for his Athena! 1:562:00 Boris gets the classics reference and laughs haha 😂. For anyone unfamiliar with the story, “When Hercules went mad and killed his children, Athena stopped the disaster from getting worse. Just as the insane hero turned to kill Amphitryon, Athena threw a stone at Hercules, knocking him unconscious, so his mortal father was spared.”

  2. Please Mr Trump I am stuck here with Who works with a s t a n and S K A
    Find CIA way to get me whith my family from here together. Pupil Mr Busck MEMO thanks Deved Deved thanks. I am waiting.

  3. why did you edit out the part where Boris wants to hide what Leo is saying and does a big stretch, it's a classic non-verbal manipulator yet seems you have specifically cut out that section

    fair and impartial, don't make me laugh.

  4. Watch the man on the left for 5 minutes, he has no interest in what is being said by his erudite companion. He then says absolutely nothing of any importance. Nothing of any substance. I call him a…

  5. Cant understand why Boris stands beind a sign saying Government of Ireland there is no such thing. Even the EU insult us by doing the same. Ireland is a geographical area consisting of 2 countries The Irish Republic which Leo leads does not rule over Northern Ireland which is part of the UK. Since the republican movement divided Ireland by taking what is now the Irish Republic out of the UK Northern Ireland chose to remain where it was inside the UK. Saying government of Ireland is like saying Westminster is the governemt of the British Isles. Both are wrong.

  6. Any country that would attempt anything as ground shaking as Brexit, with only a tiny fraction majority of the countries support, is just asking for hell on them. Nothing like that should be done without at least a 65% majority.

  7. Johnson is an American Citizen. As such, he has the support of every single American, including the greatest fighting force in history, the United States Marine Corps. If that is not enough, Johnson is the Commanding General of the Commonwealth of Nations, which includes mighty India. Mighty Trump has also stated that America stands behind Johnson. With this terrible power, Johnson must win.

  8. Love how the Brits always treat Ireland like we’re still one of their little colonies. Soon as we make suggestion about our border it’s suddenly all “how dare you, you shall respect our SOVEREIGNTY”. Yeah, how’s about you respect ours?

  9. Surely I can’t be the only one who sees the hypocrisy of an Irish politician lecturing the British about the greater good of having your country being ruled by an un-accountable foreign power?

  10. I hop our country USA is not Carson is probably a country Donald Trump he's got to go I tell you right now voting for Bernie Sanders and believe me you will help your country a lot more and all the countries around the world as well this guy walking Hitler case

  11. Even exiters must admit they’ve been sold a false bill of goods by a bunch of incompetents. It’s clear that they have never had a plan to address any of the problems they’ve created. Pure negligence, like leaving the scene of a car accident.

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