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Kevin Doyle: 'If May abandons her pledge we must fight fire with fire'

  

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Wanting out: A pro-Brexit protester outside Houses of Parliament in central London yesterday. Photo: Getty

Wanting out: A pro-Brexit protester outside Houses of Parliament in central London yesterday. Photo: Getty

Wanting out: A pro-Brexit protester outside Houses of Parliament in central London yesterday. Photo: Getty

For weeks now Irish ministers have run away from the flames of Brexit. They ducked and dived from the British media, refusing to engage on almost any level.

But last Friday in Davos, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar performed a 180-degree turn and decided to fan the flames. He warned not only of customs checks but also painted an image of Army troops and police in the vicinity of the Border.


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