With the Irish border
the main sticking point in Brexit negotiations, it may come a surprise to hear that only a quarter of British people actually know who the Irish taoiseach or prime minister is. YouGov tracks awareness levels
of various international politicians among the British public (excluding Northern Ireland) and only 26 percent have heard of Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. That's still a higher share than India's Prime Minister
Narendra Modi (23 percent) or Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (15 percent).