THE next British Prime Minister is going to face a "very serious reality check" on Brexit, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned.
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Chris Leslie on Twitter: "Tenacity of Dominic Grieve and cross-party backbench efforts means a win for key amendment tonight. It gives MPs a crucial foot-in-the-parliamentary-door during September; all important in preventing a new PM set on a no-deal #Brexit from shutting down the Commons improperly."
Mary Creagh on Twitter: "Proud to have supported equal marriage & abortion reform in Northern Ireland.
And Dominic Grieve amendment to prevent next PM proroguing Parliament & forcing no-Deal Brexit on UK! #TheNorthIsNext"
Kevin Schofield on Twitter: "Dominic Grieve: "The idea that it is constitutionally proper to prorogue Parliament as a device for bringing about a no-deal Brexit is outrageous. I have never come across a more extraordinary suggestion."
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Irish PM Varadkar: Britain to fall into relative economic decline for decades after Brexit
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UPDATE 1-Ireland considering port checks on whole island in no-deal Brexit