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The European Union insisted it would not renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement no matter who succeeds Theresa May after the prime minister announced she would resign this morning.

Brussels said it was irrelevant whether the next prime minister was Boris Johnson, who called yesterday for a reopening of the Brexit deal, or his Tory leadership rivals.

Leo Varadkar, Ireland’s prime minister, warned that Ireland and the EU would “hold its nerve”, if Mr Johnson stuck to his demand that the controversial Irish border backstop be ditched.

Senior EU figures warned that even if Boris Johnson was to take over, he would face exactly the same problems and negotiating stance that Mrs May had. They demanded...

The European Union insisted it would not renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement no matter who succeeds Theresa May after the prime minister announced she would resign this morning.

Brussels said it was irrelevant whether the next prime minister was Boris Johnson, who called yesterday for a reopening of the Brexit deal, or his Tory leadership rivals.

Leo Varadkar, Ireland’s prime minister, warned that Ireland and the EU would “hold its nerve”, if Mr Johnson stuck to his demand that the controversial Irish border backstop be ditched.

Senior EU figures warned that even if Boris Johnson was to take over, he would face exactly the same problems and negotiating stance that Mrs May had. They demanded...

The European Union insisted it would not renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement no matter who succeeds Theresa May after the prime minister announced she would resign this morning.

Brussels said it was irrelevant whether the next prime minister was Boris Johnson, who called yesterday for a reopening of the Brexit deal, or his Tory leadership rivals.

Leo Varadkar, Ireland’s prime minister, warned that Ireland and the EU would “hold its nerve”, if Mr Johnson stuck to his demand that the controversial Irish border backstop be ditched.

Senior EU figures warned that even if Boris Johnson was to take over, he would face exactly the same problems and negotiating stance that Mrs May had. They demanded...

The European Union insisted it would not renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement no matter who succeeds Theresa May after the prime minister announced she would resign this morning.

Brussels said it was irrelevant whether the next prime minister was Boris Johnson, who called yesterday for a reopening of the Brexit deal, or his Tory leadership rivals.

Leo Varadkar, Ireland’s prime minister, warned that Ireland and the EU would “hold its nerve”, if Mr Johnson stuck to his demand that the controversial Irish border backstop be ditched.

Senior EU figures warned that even if Boris Johnson was to take over, he would face exactly the same problems and negotiating stance that Mrs May had. They demanded...