Sunday January 26, 2020

Ibec: Brexit is one of most significant threats to Ireland in decades

Business and legal community call on politicians to show leadership

5th May, 2016
Britain will vote on June 23 Pic: Getty

Ireland urgently needs to form a stable government to see off the threat of a Brexit, Ibec's Director of International and European Affairs director warned today.

As the referendum on Britain voting to leave the EU approaches, Pat Ivory said it was "worrying" there has been no deal in the Dail despite the hugely significant event on June 23.

Ivory said that contingency plans need to be put in place. He said: "A vote by the...

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