Friday February 21, 2020

Cobra king Bilimoria lauds Ireland for Indian Taoiseach

Entrepreneur also believes Britain won’t leave EU after all

11th February, 2018
Karan Bilimoria’s Cobra Beer was first brewed in 1989 Picture: Bloomberg

Karan Bilimoria, the British-Indian entrepreneur who founded Cobra Beer, said that he always hoped that Britain would have an Indian prime minister, but he is pleasantly surprised Ireland beat its neighbour to the milestone.

Bilimoria, who is one of Britain’s best-known businessmen, said he is delighted Ireland has a Taoiseach of Indian descent and that he thinks Leo Varadkar is doing a “great job” tackling Brexit.

“I’m thrilled Ireland has an...

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