Wednesday August 5, 2020

Brexit and the role of Irish business

Irish businesses and representatives have unique experience of engaging in EU referendums

17th April, 2016
Will Britain stay in the EU? Pic: Getty

With just two months left until British voters make a decision to either remain in or leave the European Union, Irish government engagement continues on this key strategic interest for our country.

Following my visit to London last week. where I met with the British foreign secretary, Philip Hammond, Labour MPs, British-based Irish business leaders, the Irish4Europe campaign group and over 30 Irish community groups, I have been sharing my feedback and consulting further with...

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