Boris sends shockwaves to Varadkar as no deal panic threatens to sabotage Irish economy

  Daily Express 

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LEO VARADKAR is facing intense pressure to secure a deal with Boris Johnson, amid new signs that Ireland is panicking about a no deal Brexit, and the possibility of 100,000 job losses.
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