Please see below for today’s key Brexit news items:

  • Ireland’s prime minister has warned that Brexit threatens the Good Friday agreement and could “drive a wedge” between Britain and Ireland. Leo Varadkar also sought to reassure unionists, who fear that his government is using the moment to push for a united Ireland, that he does not have “a hidden agenda”. (The Guardian)
  • Holidaymakers are not being adequately informed of the risks that Brexit could pose to their plans when booking, the consumer group Which? has warned. With several of the UK’s biggest tour operators selling holidays for 2019, Which? said customers should be told of the possibility of flight disruption, and what compensation could be paid. (The Guardian)
  • Some of Britain’s leading corporate bosses are expected to raise concerns about Brexit’s potential impact on their UK workforces during talks this week with Theresa May. Sky News understands that bosses from companies including BT, ITV, Legal & General, Lloyds Banking Group and Virgin Money have been invited to a meeting on Thursday with the Prime Minister. (Sky News)
  • Nicola Sturgeon and Carwyn Jones, the Scottish and Welsh first ministers, tabled proposals to end months of deadlock over Brexit when they met the prime minister today. Theresa May hosted a summit at Downing Street with the two devolved governments, also attended by officials from Northern Ireland, to discuss a complex and controversial deal on redistributing powers around the UK after it leaves the EU. (The Guardian)