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DUBLIN - Ireland's deputy prime minister agreed to resign on Tuesday, a government source told Reuters, in a move that should end the threat of a snap election with potentially negative implications for Britain's Brexit negotiations.
Deputy Prime Minister Frances Fitzgerald tendered her resignation at a cabinet meeting, the source who was briefed on the matter said. RTE radio earlier reported that Fitzgerald had agreed to step down.
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