Leo Varadkar is accused by Democratic Unionists of trying to ‘decouple’ Northern Ireland from rest of UK in Brexit settlement

Two of the 10 Democratic Unionist MPs whose votes keep Theresa May in power have accused the Irish prime minister, Leo Varadkar, of ramping up tensions on the island over his stance on Brexit.

Varadkar’s insistence that Northern Ireland could stay in the single market and the customs union was “unhelpful and obstructive” in terms of the Brexit negotiations, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson told the Guardian.

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