Minister Paul Kehoe visits Birmingham to urge Britain to remain in EU

Meetings with business and community leaders will engage debate on Ireland's interests in outcome

25th May, 2016
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Minister Paul Kehoe visits Birmingham this morning. Pic: RollingNews.ie

The minister will attend a British Irish Chamber of Commerce business event and visit the Birmingham Irish Association.

“As the UK’s closest neighbour, Ireland has a unique perspective and interest in the outcome of the referendum. The Irish government fully respects that, first and foremost, this is a decision for UK voters to make on 23 June but the Irish Government want the UK, as its closest neighbour and partner, to remain a member of...

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