Ireland voices doubts about Britain’s new plans to leave EU

Ireland voiced doubts about
Britain’s new plans to leave
the European Union by the
end of the month, indicating
that the border with Northern
Ireland remained an issue.

The government in Dublin
said Prime Minister Leo
Varadkar had spoken to his
British counterpart Boris
Johnson on phone. He added
that London’s proposals do
not fully meet the agreed
objectives for keeping the
border invisible and free
flowing.

Earlier, British Prime Minister
Boris Johnson had reiterated
that the UK will leave the EU
on 31st October, come what
may. He was addressing his
ruling Conservative party
conference in Manchester.