I propose to take Questions Nos. 1623 to 1626, inclusive, together.
As the Deputy will be aware, as a Minister of Government, I meet regularly with my Cabinet colleagues including the Ministers for Justice and Equality and Defence. The Cabinet has considered contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit on many occasions, including most recently on 3 September 2019.
At Official level, detailed Brexit preparedness and contingency work is being taken forward on a whole of Government basis, across all Government Departments and Agencies, co-ordinated mainly by officials in the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade in close collaboration with the Department of the Taoiseach. As part of these structures, there are a range of inter-departmental groups in place for contingency planning for all aspects of Brexit, including for a no-deal. These structures and groups provide a forum for a common understanding of issues arising and allow consideration and planning of issues across all sectors, including transport, justice and defence related issues.