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Government should not press panic button as heat is turned up in London

Key Brexiteers in the ranks of the Tories would like to escalate the situation to a game of chicken

6th January, 2019

Whether real or contrived, Ireland’s public response to the looming threat that is a hard Brexit has been strangely Zen-like up to now.

Documents issued over recent months don’t scrimp on spelling out the ugly realities of a no-deal Brexit for the Irish economy, but there is a certain restraint to the language and a discernible stoicism.

“This will certainly be bad, but it’s manageable”, seems to be the subtle message...

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