Irish government looks to increase its presence in London
The State is also seeking to open a consulate in the north of England and enhance relations with devolved administrations in Edinburgh and Cardiff
The government has begun a review of its accommodation needs in London as it gears up to increase its presence in the British capital following Brexit.
The coalition is concerned that the UK’s departure from the EU has removed a major platform for engaging with British diplomats, with the new programme for government committing it to undertaking a strategic review of British-Irish relations in order to maintain and improve links.
The state recently...
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