Wednesday April 8, 2020

Brexit: All-island milk, Dublin talent shortages and the invisible border

The best of Brexit-related developments for Ireland beyond the main headlines

16th February, 2017
Pic: Getty


Strengthening North-South economic co-operation was one of the key goals of the Good Friday agreement. But as Brexit fast approaches, it looks like the sectors that have done most to establish all-island links could fall victim to their own success.

ICOS, the Irish Co-Operative Organisation Society, this week warned of the challenge Brexit posed for the sector given “its strong trade links with the UK and business structures which span north...

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