Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has said the country's government is developing a contingency plan for its own needs, should the UK and EU fail to reach a free trade agreement following Brexit.
Speaking in Dublin on Wednesday, Varadkar told lawmakers that while he hopes Britain and the EU will secure a customs union partnership and free trade agreement, Ireland has a "fall-back plan". He said...
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