IMO it is the expected behavior. When "lo" is defined in the netplan
config, netplan is supposed to apply this configuration (i.e. drop the
IPs that are not part of the netplan config and apply the new ones).

If this didn't work in 0.103, it must have been a bug in 0.103. Also, I
wonder why the IPs are only dropped after running `netplan apply`

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  loopback addresses disappear after running "netplan apply" multiple

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