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The Irish deputy prime minister has said he hopes that major legislation his government has prepared to manage a no-deal Brexit will never be used.

Simon Coveney unveiled the wide-ranging bill on Friday, bringing together work by nine government departments.

He said a “disorderly” Brexit would be a “lose, lose, lose” for the UK, the EU and the Republic of Ireland.

The aim of the emergency proposals is to

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