EU states vetoing extension of Brexit wouldn't be forgiven: Irish PM

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Ireland's prime minister says an EU country wouldn't be forgiven if it vetoes an extension of Brexit.
Leo Varadkar made the remark during an interview with local press on Sunday.
It's projected Ireland would suffer the most if the U.K. leaves the EU with no deal as the country shares a border with Northern Ireland.
He added any EU country could be put in the same position in the future...though it's highly unlikely a veto would be used.
Britain is set to leave the EU on April 12th and recently requested an extension of the deadline.

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