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European Central Bank chief warns Ireland to prepare for no-deal Brexit

Belfast Telegraph Thursday, 8 November 2018 ()
European Central Bank (ECB) boss Mario Draghi has warned the Irish government to prepare for all possible Brexit outcomes, including a no-deal scenario.
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