Thursday August 13, 2020

State prepares to give support for workers hit by Brexit fallout

There is a Brexit liaison group making plans to deal with tens of thousands of people at risk of losing their jobs in sectors linked closely to the British market

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
5th May, 2019
Sinn Féin jobs spokesman Maurice Quinlivan

The government is preparing extra training places for people in rural Ireland who could lose their jobs after a hard Brexit.

Preparations for a worst-case scenario are continuing, even though the date of Brexit has been pushed back to October 31.

There is a Brexit liaison group making plans to deal with tens of thousands of people at risk of losing their jobs in sectors linked closely to the British market. These include farmers, workers in...

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