Irish PM sees no 'red flags' in UK's Northern Ireland trade proposals

European Union leaders' summit in Brussels

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland plans to study the details of proposed changes to post-Brexit trading rules for Northern Ireland published by the British government on Wednesday, but it has not seen any "red flags" so far, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said.

"There are certainly going to be some questions that we will want to ask," Varadkar told RTE television. "But from what I have seen so far, I don't see any red flags. I don't see anything that would give us undue cause for concern."

(Writing by Conor Humphries)