McDowell: We need to be proactive in Brexit negotiations

If Ireland doesn't stand up at the Brexit negotiating table, it risks being handed a bad deal

22nd January, 2017
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Euro ministers to hear reports in Irish economy.

Last week, Theresa May set out her government’s wish-list for its Brexit deal with the EU. Her Lancaster House speech was aspirational rather than specific. The bottom line is that she envisages a post-Brexit relationship in which Britain is no longer part of the EU or of the EU’s single market but is able to have a maximum free-trading relationship with the EU. Whether that is feasible or not remains to be seen....

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