Stephen Kinsella: How Ireland can survive the flight from Britain’s shadow

Stephen Kinsella: How Ireland can survive the flight from Britain’s shadow

The way forward in the onrushing crisis that is Brexit is to pump money and resources into supporting our domestic firms in diversifying away from Britain

The Taoiseach needs to give his speech writer a high five, or maybe a fist bump. Because in the last few weeks, we have had two dingers from Enda Kenny.

The first was his Brexit speech, which was understandably overshadowed by the McCabe controversy, but is well worth reading, because Brexit will affect every person on this island, North and South. In that speech, the Taoiseach rightly said: “History has rarely been idle in Ireland.”

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