Wednesday February 19, 2020

The Tax Take: Imagining post-Brexit trips to the North

Our economic relations with Britain would see massive change across a whole host of sectors

19th June, 2016
Demand for Irish passports from the UK is set to continue rising

The clamour had started from the back seat when they hit the tailback for the Newry Customs checkpoint just north of Dundalk. He sighed and looked at the clock on the dashboard. 11.20am – June 19, 2020. He reckoned they’d get through customs shortly after 1.00pm.

“But why do we have to go to see Granny in the car? Why can’t she come to visit us?”

“Kids, you know Granny doesn’t...

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