Michael D’Arcy: Irish firms facing chaos in a hard Brexit

Junior finance minister says it 'will get worse before it gets better'

23rd July, 2017
Jnior finance minister, Michael D’Arcy

The junior finance minister, Michael D’Arcy, has said he is concerned about “the worst version of a hard Brexit”, and warned that Irish businesses are facing a ‘chaotic space’ as a result.

He also criticised British prime minister Theresa May, saying that “I don’t think she is doing a particularly good job” at tidying up the mess left behind by her predecessor, David Cameron, who he said “will go...

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