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DUBLIN, Aug 1 (Reuters) - If Britain leaves the European Union without a withdrawal agreement, Ireland could be faced with both security and constitutional threats, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday.
"I think we should be afraid of a no-deal Brexit. A no-deal Brexit would have impacts on the economy north and south and in Britain. It could have security implications as well and it could have constitutional implications," Varadkar told journalists. (Reporting by Conor Humphries Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky)