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Varadkar warns no-deal Brexit would be 'particulary difficult' for Ireland

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Varadkar warns no-deal Brexit would be 'particulary difficult' for Ireland

Varadkar warns no-deal Brexit would be 'particulary difficult' for Ireland

Irish premier Leo Varadkar warns a no-deal Brexit would be "particularly difficult" for Ireland, as he meets French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris.

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