‘Brexit backers can draw border’
Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar has said Dublin will not design a border for Brexiteers as the country insisted there was no proposal that the Irish Sea should become the new frontier with the UK after withdrawal.
The Irish administration is unconvinced by the UK’s plans to use technology to maintain the invisible land border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, which will become the boundary with the European Union after Brexit.
Media reports have suggested the Republic’s preferred option is for customs and immigration checks to be located at ports and airports instead.
Mr Varadkar said: “What we’re not going to do is to design a border for the Brexiteers because they’re the ones who want a border. It’s up to them to say