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rish premier Leo Varadkar urges parties to get behind powersharing deal

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rish premier Leo Varadkar urges parties to get behind powersharing deal

rish premier Leo Varadkar urges parties to get behind powersharing deal

Irish premier Leo Varadkar urges other parties to "get onboard" with powersharing talks.

Speaking in Dublin, he said: “We are at a very sensitive point now in the talks in Northern Ireland and Stormont.

“I think there is a real chance that today, or if not by Monday, we can have the Northern Ireland Assembly and Executive back up and running again.

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