The Irish are preparing their budget on a No Deal outcome.

This week, the two sides will meet once again in Brussels in an attempt to thrash out a deal. With the gaps in negotiations being “ocean’s apart” any form of agreeing is extremely unlikely. Today, in the Express live update, it stated that the Irish PM said a No Deal Brexit is highly likely, this conclusion came after the Irish Government said: “Just to let you know that the Government is preparing its budget in three weeks’ time on the basis that there will be a no-deal Brexit.
“That’s the basis on which we’re preparing the budget, and we’re warning and alerting businesses to that terrible reality. “I think progress has been slow in the talks so far, I think there is still potential for a deal, I believe a deal is the sane and sensible thing to do, and I think all of us as politicians have an obligation to those we
Negotiations continue this week.

represent – and in terms of Brexit that means the least damage possible to workers, to employers and to business and economy.”

With this said, both sides say they are working towards a deal and will do their best to achieve that. For a deal to be had, both sides need to compromise on their redlines which as it stands, is unlikely.

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