‘Theresa May will not be able to run a country’: Irish PM
Theresa May’s Brexit strategy will not include a national referendum, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has warned.
Mr Varadkiar’s comments came after he told the Sunday Independent that Mrs May will have to “do something” to secure a second referendum on Britain’s EU membership after the Brexit process has ended.
“Theresa, you have been through it already,” Mr Varadkars said.
She can do nothing to save Britain and we are going to have to do something to save the country.””
Theresa is an Irish citizen and she’s Irish, she’s an Irish politician.”
She can do nothing to save Britain and we are going to have to do something to save the country.
“That’s what she is going to do.”
What we have got to do is put the country on the right track.
“There is a lot of pressure on the prime minister right now and she has to do what is right.”
In a statement, Mr Varady said that the prime Minister “must do what it takes to protect the United Kingdom from Brexit and stop Brexit taking place”.
“The Prime Minister has made it clear that Ireland will not participate in any negotiations on the UK’s future relationship with the European Union after the Article 50 notification.”
Therefore, it is necessary for her to do everything she can to ensure that the UK retains its right to remain in the EU.
“Mr Varady added that “the UK is still a member of the European single market and customs union”.
He said the UK Government’s approach to Brexit is the only way to ensure the “best possible outcome” for the country’s future.”
As the Government has said, the UK is in a transitional phase, and we should expect a very different approach from the Government of the day to the Government that is going through Brexit,” he said.
He said that “once the UK leaves the EU, all the problems we have had with the UK will disappear.”
Theresa can’t run a nation again, says Mr VaradiKenny Jacklin, a former Taoiseach who has worked closely with the Prime Minister during her time in office, said he could not believe Mr Varads “cannot run a government again”.
Mr Jacklin was speaking at the launch of a documentary on the Irish political landscape entitled ‘Brexit: The Rise and Fall of theresa May’.
Mr Jacklins comments come after he called the Brexit decision a “grave error”.”
It is a great error.”””
It is a grave error.
It is a great error.””
I don’t think we should have been a part of that,” he added.
Theresa has to make ‘good choices’ after Brexit, says Leo VaradiSpeaking to the Sunday Herald, Mr Jacklins said that his comments were “very positive” and that Mrs Clinton will have a “very tough job”.
“We can all look back on that day, and the people of Ireland look back at it, and that’s a good thing, because that’s how we started the process,” he told RTE.
“It was not good enough.
We had to go back to the drawing board and do something.”
He said Mrs May has “to do something” and he “will see what she does”.
Mr Varadi told RTV that the Prime Minster’s strategy “will not include the national referendum”.
“I’m not talking about a national referendums, but you know, the Brexit is not just a referendum on whether or not we stay or go back into the European Single Market and the customs union,” he insisted.
“And the Prime minister has to get a national solution, which is not a question of a referendum.”
So, if we leave the European Economic Area, we will have no tariffs or quotas in place.””
We will have the lowest tariffs and the lowest quotas in the world,” he explained.
He added that Mrs Mideast policy is “going to be absolutely catastrophic”.
Mr MacSharry said that Mrs MacSharrie would be “very disappointed” if Brexit is rejected and that “we can’t see Brexit as something that is a failure”.”
She’s a prime minister who knows how to run the country,” he stressed.”
I can’t believe that she’s saying that we have to go through another referendum, I don’t believe it.””
I just don’t see it.