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Friday, 14 December 2018

Irish minority government safe until 2020: opposition

Irish minority government safe until 2020: opposition
- With business and communities already fearful about the impact of Brexit and with Ireland manifestly not ready for many of the potential outcomes, ...

Preparing for a hard border amid British political chaos

Preparing for a hard border amid British political chaos
- Fears that the British political chaos could inadvertently lead to a hard Brexit ... The significant volumes of Irish trucks on British motorways cannot be ...

For business, this Brexit chaos spells worrying times

For business, this Brexit chaos spells worrying times
- The class exuded by John Major in Ireland this week is a sad reminder of what is missing from the current UK political system, but of course at the time ...

Germany still supports Brexit backstop

Germany still supports Brexit backstop
- The backstop – a construct to avoid a hard border in Ireland by keeping the post-Brexit UK in regulatory alignment with the EU – would only become ...

Unionists urge May to bring focus back to Brexit deal after confidence vote win

Unionists urge May to bring focus back to Brexit deal after confidence vote win
- Unionist parties in Northern Ireland have said that Theresa May must now focus on the task at hand after dramatically defeating a bid to oust her as ...

What does Ireland do if there's no deal?

What does Ireland do if there's no deal?
Irish government has been consistent that whatever happens in the Brexit process there will be no hardening of the Irish border. Asked earlier this ...

Volatility and Brexit fears mean fewer stock market flotations in 2018

Volatility and Brexit fears mean fewer stock market flotations in 2018
- There is “an air of 'wait and see'” in the Irish market due to uncertainty resulting from Brexit, but “we see a number of companies in Ireland preparing ...

Why is the Irish border 'backstop' such a big deal?

Why is the Irish border 'backstop' such a big deal?
- One of the big fears in the Brexit debate is that Britain's departure from the EU will mean the reintroduction of border posts on the frontier ...

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