Ireland prepares for no deal as Britain’s Brexit plan ‘far from ideal’

Senior civil servants from government departments are now meeting every week to map out detailed contingency plans for what has been labelled internally as a “disorderly Brexit scenario”

8th July, 2018

Britain’s new proposals for leaving the EU have been given a lukewarm response from the Irish government, as contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit is ramped up.

Senior civil servants from government departments are now meeting every week to map out detailed contingency plans for what has been labelled internally as a “disorderly Brexit scenario”, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The planning is being overseen by Tánaiste and Minister for...

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