Leo Varadkar says pathway to Brexit deal is not without hurdles

Leo Varadkar says pathway to Brexit deal is not without hurdles

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Jose Mourinho appointed Tottenham manager

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Mauricio Pochettino sacked as manager of Spurs

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Mauricio Pochettino's last press conference as Tottenham manager

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Mauricio Pochettino's last press conference as Tottenham manager after it was announced the club have sacked their head coach. Pochettino spoke after Spurs' 1-1 home draw with Sheffield United. The Argentinian has been relieved of his duties afte...
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World's first Christmas card goes on display

World's first Christmas card goes on display

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National security aides both 'concerned' after listening in on Trump's call with Ukraine

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Sweden drops Julian Assange probe

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Microplastics on the menu for manta rays and whale sharks

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