Sinn Fein's leader in Northern Ireland Michelle O'Neill has said "there is no good Brexit" in response to a speech by DUP leader Arlene Foster. "Today was a difference in tone, but not in policy", she said.
On Brexit, she added: "The Democratic Unionist Party supported the United Kingdom leaving the European Union but in so doing Brexit is not about pulling up the drawbridge, building a wall and cutting ourselves off from our nearest neighbours".
She was responding to a suggestion by Mr Varadkar that Brexit could jeopardise Northern Ireland's peace process.
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Speaking in Derry, the party's leader in the North has also said she wants to see political institutions back up and running, but they have to serve all people equally.
"We will continue to have our own identities and for our part we will no longer be members of the European Union, but our futures will still be closely connected".
Mrs Foster also said she thinks of the Republic and Northern Ireland like a semi-detached house - saying they look the same on the outside, but that things are done differently inside.
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Mrs Foster said maintaining "barrier-free access to the Great Britain market" while having a "frictionless border" with the Republic would require "novel solutions".
"However, this can not distract from the fact that Brexit will be disastrous for all of Ireland".
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