Taoiseach: ‘Businesses have to get it into their heads that life will be different after January 1’
Brexit will bring huge challenges even if a trade deal is done so companies must prepare urgently, according to Martin
Micheál Martin wasn’t in the mood for mollycoddling small business owners as he toured Dublin Port on this morning.
Politicians normally love nothing more than praising the courage and work ethic of the country‘s cottage industries yet the Taoiseach clearly felt the time had come for some tough love.
With just 37 days left to the end of the Brexit transition period, Martin dismissed any suggestion that there could...
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