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Government loses patience with May over lack of clear Brexit plan

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

7th April, 2019

The government is frustrated at the lack of a clear plan from British prime minister Theresa May as she seeks another Brexit extension.

It has emerged that there is very little faith at official level in the prospect of an agreement being reached between May and British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to resolve the impasse in Westminster, as the current deadline for Brexit approaches on Friday.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar voiced his concerns last week...

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