Stephen Kinsella: Ireland’s Brexit blues

Time to adapt or die in the post-Brexit world order

22nd January, 2017

Ireland’s response to Brexit will define our economic landscape for decades to come. Our much-maligned civil servants gave Ireland the best possible start the day after the referendum result, when Taoiseach Enda Kenny, at his most statesmanlike, reassured his people that his government had this under control and had a plan for Brexit.

Kenny even showed us the plan, and it looked like a good plan to me. Our civil servants get a...

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