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Brexit: Scrapping Irish border backstop effectively the same as no deal, says Leo Varadkar

Independent Saturday, 15 June 2019
Irish premier says it is 'alarming' that Tory leadership contenders want to remove safeguard against hard border
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Tory leadership contender Jeremy Hunt has said he believes it is possible to negotiate a new deal with the EU that would do away with the need for an Irish border backstop.

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