Ministers are told Dáil will only deal with ‘essential’ legislation in no-deal Brexit

Ministers are told Dáil will only deal with ‘essential’ legislation in no-deal Brexit

The government chief whip Seán Kyne emailed all ministers last week asking that they indicate which non-Brexit legislation they want to introduce in the spring “that is absolutely essential, and to state the reasons why this is so”.

Ministers have been told that they will only be able to introduce “absolutely essential” legislation in the new year in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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