Irish PM rejects idea of border pre-registration after Brexit

Irish PM rejects idea of border pre-registration after Brexit
 

Ireland’s prime minister, Leo Varadkar, has rejected suggestions that people crossing the Irish border would have to pre-register to avoid personal checks after Brexit.
Speaking from the US, where he is conducting a series of St Patrick’s Day engagements, Varadkar said: “No, it is not a solution that we envisage.”
The taoiseach was responding to questions about a controversial plan reportedly being considered by Downing Street.
Pre-registration for transit would affect more than 34,000 nurses, farmers and business people, who commute across the 310m border ever day for work as well as other... read more

 
12 March 2018 in World News, Views: 31
Source: Guardian
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