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Leo.varadkar.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710x checks on goods and live animals may need to take place near the Irish border in a no-deal Brexit, Irish PM Leo Varadkar has said.

As far as possible, checks would take place at ports, airports and firms, the taoiseach said, and his government was "working out the details" with the EU.

There was "a significant and growing risk of no-deal", he added.


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