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Leo Varadkar: Brexit extension better than no deal

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Leo Varadkar: Brexit extension better than no deal

Leo Varadkar: Brexit extension better than no deal

The Irish premier has said Ireland would probably agree to a request by the UK for a Brexit extension.

Speaking in Denmark after court documents revealed the UK PM will ask for a delay if he fails to get a deal with Brussels for the UK's departure, Leo Varadkar said if Boris Johnson submits a request for an extension, he would agree.


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