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Leo Varadkar gives speech on future of British-Irish relations

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Leo Varadkar gives speech on future of British-Irish relations

Leo Varadkar gives speech on future of British-Irish relations

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar gives a speech at the Irish Institute of European Affairs about the next phase of British-Irish relations post-Brexit.

Mr Varadkar said he was confident a “good” deal can be reached but recognised that things could not stay exactly as they were.


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