Former British PM tells Irish business of economic dangers of Brexit
Gordon Brown warns of "blocking minority" that would prevent necessary changes
The former British prime minister Gordon Brown has warned Irish businesses of the economic dangers Europe faces if his country leaves the European Union.
In one of his first public comments on the upcoming referendum, Brown told a dinner in Dublin last night that there would be consequences for trade between Britain and Ireland if voters opted to withdraw from the EU.
“People often forget that Ireland is the UK’s biggest trading partner after the...
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