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Ireland's Varadkar says Boris Johnson's NI bridge idea should be treated seriously - but UK must pay for it

Independent Thursday, 26 December 2019
'All messing aside, I do think at the very least a high-level engineering assessment should be done as to whether it is a viable proposal'
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