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Lucinda Creighton: Soft sanctions have failed to deter Putin and his puppets

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Government confident of avoiding tax reform to get share of EU €750bn fund

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Comment: Horizon Europe’s innovation will help us rise from Covid-19 crisis stronger

EU Mariya Gabriel 5 months ago

‘Irish exporters should use France to initiate trade in North Africa and Latin America’

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Comment: Five reasons to be optimistic about 2021

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Lucinda Creighton: Left and right not so different after all over Canada trade deal

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Government planning Brexit bailout for food exporters in event of no deal

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