Revised Brexit deal does not undermine backstop, says Irish PM

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Leo Varadkar urges MPs to vote in favour of agreement to lift ‘dark cloud’ of Brexit * Follow all the day’s political developments - live The Irish prime minister,Leo Varadkar , has said the revised Brexit deal does not undermine the backstop nor reopen the withdrawal agreement. The backstop – an insurance policy to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland – will continue to apply “unless an
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