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Sean Whelan: From haulage to telecoms

What Britain’s white paper on Brexit means for Irish business

12th February, 2017

From a tirade of abuse by former New Labour spinmeister Alistair Campbell, to a forensic takedown by longtime Brexit maven Richard North, few people from any side of the debate across the water thought much of the British government’s white paper on leaving the EU.

Most of the criticism centred on how little new content there was beyond Theresa May’s Lancaster House speech, that it was a 70-page advert for how unprepared Britain...

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