The Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin has said a no deal Brexit is now a live possibility and his party would honour its promise to continue with the Confidence and Supply Agreement to provide stability.
However Mr Martin said the Government's plans to deal with a hard Brexit are not adequate.
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He said that mayhem would ensue at Dublin Port if there was a no deal Brexit because the port is not ready.
Mr Martin said Government continue to "huff and puff" and insist they are ready but they are not.
He added that if there is a disorderly Brexit, it is important to have all hands on deck to ensure that people's jobs are protected.