Monday May 25, 2020

Charlie Flanagan urges action on Brexit

Minister wants Irish business to 'reach out' to UK contacts

19th May, 2016
Business people urged to share Irish perspective on Brexit Pic Getty

Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Charlie Flanagan is urging Irish business people to get in touch with their contacts in the UK in order to give them the Irish perspective on Brexit. The referendum on whether or not the UK should leave the EU takes place on June 23.

"The EU has provided a forum for Ireland and the UK to work closely together on a wide range of issues, from promoting the completion of the...

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