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British insurers sought Irish help over Brexit

17th March, 2019

The concerns of British insurers about a huge loss of business after Brexit were laid bare at a meeting between its powerful lobby group and the Department of Finance last year.

TheCityUK, the powerful City Of London representative group, sought to persuade the Irish government to help it get round post-Brexit laws that it worried would hit billions of pounds’ worth of business, meeting minutes released under Freedom of Information laws show.

It warned...

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