Ireland says UK demand for Brexit deal change is "wishful thinking"

By Guy Faulconbridge and Gabriela Baczynska

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Looks like we’re going to get the no deal hard Brexit

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Political, economic and social suicide being committed by the hapless politicians and daft proportion of my fatherland, which is pretty sad to see from afar. I don't want my friends and family to suffer from it.

Many many people in the UK live hand to mouth each month from their pay cheque, with zero savings accrued, so an economic downturn will be felt very hard indeed.

I also feel bad for Ireland constantly being done over by the stupid Tories, Ireland should be reunited.

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British lawmakers just gonna have to man-up now: it's either the current deal or no deal

Time's almost up - the rest of Europe wants to move on from the divorce

They don't want to get dragged on into a longer divorce that's the UK's making

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A friend confided in me not too long ago on how to handle people in a democracy.

"Get all their opinions, sure, but a strong leader should then swiftly push the agenda through. If you spend too long listening to everyone, nothing will get done at all."

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