What does the Irish election result mean for Brexit?

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Eagle USA

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Sinn Féin won the most first-preference votes in Saturday’s Irish general election, delivering a shock to the country’s political landscape after decades of domination by the centrist rivals Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.

However, the fragmented will produce a hung parliament with no party close to 80 seats, meaning there could be weeks – possibly months – of negotiations between party leaders before a government is formed.

Whatever happens, Leo Varadkar the Fine Gael prime minister who broke the Brexit impasse in a summit with Boris Johnson in the Wirral in October, is unlikely to survive, forcing a new set of politicians on Downing Street and Brussels just as the critical next phase of Brexit talks begin
 

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Id imagine after watching all the RA and black and Tans stuff, there are many people in the North very scared at the moment.
 

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Whats to be scared of the war is over a long time now democratic processes have moved the agenda on the national question
 
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