Our man in Brussels

Phil Hogan has ascended to the plum post of European Commissioner for Trade at a time when Ireland desperately needs a strong voice to fight its corner in Europe

29th December, 2019
Our man in Brussels
As European Commissioner for Trade, Phil Hogan says his first priority is to rescue the World Trade Organisation

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