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Leo Varadkar suggests Boris Johnson ready to sign up to EU standards to secure post-Brexit trade deal next year

Independent Friday, 13 December 2019
Taioseach 'relieved' at end to 'deadlock and gridlock' over Brexit
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News video: Leo Varadkar 'relieved' over Tory majority

Leo Varadkar 'relieved' over Tory majority 01:55

Irish premier Leo Varadkar congratulates Boris Johnson and welcomes his outright majority after Thursday’s election. "It’s a positive thing that we have a decisive outcome in Britain in their elections. We had for a few years a parliament that wasn’t able to form a majority around anything, now...

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