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Thursday, 24 May 2018

Disappointment as Ireland falls in competitiveness rankings

Disappointment as Ireland falls in competitiveness rankings
- The Republic of Ireland has dropped six places in a ranking of the world's most competitive countries due to a number of challenges, including Brexit.

Brexit 'in any form' detrimental to Britain's health

Brexit 'in any form' detrimental to Britain's health
Brexit in any form is bad for people's health and will cause inevitable food ... The Irish Times view on Brexit and Northern Ireland: a soft separation is ...

Post-Brexit trade bill could cost us €100m each week

Post-Brexit trade bill could cost us €100m each week
- Post-Brexit trade bill could cost us €100m each week ... While there would be scope for Ireland to find new export markets and new sources, the ...

Jeremy Corbyn believes Irish reunification 'has majority support'

Jeremy Corbyn believes Irish reunification 'has majority support'
- He will also talk about the issues around Brexit, with the Irish border and ... the whole island of Ireland wanted to see that outcome, a united Ireland.

Post-Brexit Irish Sea border exists already

Post-Brexit Irish Sea border exists already
- Like most people from Northern Ireland, my wife knows the way to handle an interrogation is to stare at an imaginary spot on the wall. So with a poker ...

Brexit red tape could cut Ireland-UK goods trade by 10%

Brexit red tape could cut Ireland-UK goods trade by 10%
- Border delays and additional red tape could cut trade in goods between Ireland and the UK by almost 10 per cent after Brexit, according to new ...

Extra paperwork after Brexit could reduce trade between UK and Ireland by 10%

Extra paperwork after Brexit could reduce trade between UK and Ireland by 10%
Extra paperwork after Brexit could reduce trade between UK and Ireland by 10 ... Irish exports worst affected would include fresh foods, machinery and ...

Theresa May to ask EU for transition till 2023 in bid to avoid hard border

Theresa May to ask EU for transition till 2023 in bid to avoid hard border
- An all-Ireland regulatory area for agriculture forms part of the UK's solution for the Irish border aimed at breaking the impasse in Brexit talks, The Times ...