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Letters to the Editor

We welcome exclusive letters addressed to: The Letters Editor,The Sunday Business Post, Hambleden House, 19-26 Pembroke Street, Dublin 2; e-mail: [email protected] Letters may be edited for length

3rd January, 2016

Since Ireland joined the EU in 1973, we have had eight referenda on the decision to join itself and on subsequent European treaties that were ratified by the Irish people. Sinn Féin opposed every referenda. Now they claim not to be eurosceptic, but rather eurocritical.

Eurosceptic would mean being put in the same basket as Ukip or the Front National in France. Being eurocritical basically means being against something in the EU without fully...

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