Wednesday February 19, 2020

We must take an active role in Brexit process

The government must do all in its power to ensure that whatever deal is struck is beneficial to Ireland

2nd April, 2017

Since 1951 and the Coal and Steel Pact, a trade agreement between Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany, Europe has been on a path of ever closer union.

Last week, after decades of expansion and integration, the EU experienced its first major contraction when British prime minister Theresa May sent a letter to European Council president Donald Tusk – in fact, she had it hand-delivered – informing him that she was beginning the...

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