Saturday June 6, 2020

Invested: The full blow of Brexit

A yes result will be as painful for Ireland as for Britain, writes Stephen Kinsella

22nd May, 2016
If Britain exit the EU who knows what consequences it will have on the Irish economy Pic: Getty

The subjects of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland will vote yes or no on June 23 to the question: ‘Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?’ The politics of why Britain’s political classes have allowed this moment to arrive are irrelevant. What matters is what will happen in the event of a yes vote, and, being a little parochial about it, I’m concerned about the citizens of...

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