【幸运28结果 】

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It has been a feature of the Brexit process that the British side has often been so consumed with its own internal political wrangling that often it seems barely to notice what is happening on the other side of the Channel.

This week Westminster again will be ablaze with Tory party leadership plots and factional in-fighting over competing flavours of Brexit, but at the same time the European side will continue to get its ducks in a row for whatever comes next.

The crux of that conversation is how to manage the Irish border in the event of a ‘no deal’, which is why Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron will this week hold face-to-face meetings with the Irish Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.

Mr Varadkar will...

It has been a feature of the Brexit process that the British side has often been so consumed with its own internal political wrangling that often it seems barely to notice what is happening on the other side of the Channel.

This week Westminster again will be ablaze with Tory party leadership plots and factional in-fighting over competing flavours of Brexit, but at the same time the European side will continue to get its ducks in a row for whatever comes next.

The crux of that conversation is how to manage the Irish border in the event of a ‘no deal’, which is why Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron will this week hold face-to-face meetings with the Irish Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.

Mr Varadkar will...

It has been a feature of the Brexit process that the British side has often been so consumed with its own internal political wrangling that often it seems barely to notice what is happening on the other side of the Channel.

This week Westminster again will be ablaze with Tory party leadership plots and factional in-fighting over competing flavours of Brexit, but at the same time the European side will continue to get its ducks in a row for whatever comes next.

The crux of that conversation is how to manage the Irish border in the event of a ‘no deal’, which is why Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron will this week hold face-to-face meetings with the Irish Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.

Mr Varadkar will...

It has been a feature of the Brexit process that the British side has often been so consumed with its own internal political wrangling that often it seems barely to notice what is happening on the other side of the Channel.

This week Westminster again will be ablaze with Tory party leadership plots and factional in-fighting over competing flavours of Brexit, but at the same time the European side will continue to get its ducks in a row for whatever comes next.

The crux of that conversation is how to manage the Irish border in the event of a ‘no deal’, which is why Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron will this week hold face-to-face meetings with the Irish Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar.

Mr Varadkar will...