Farming renders an Irexit impossible
Irish farming is no longer the dominant part of the economy it once was. Nowadays it has been eclipsed - easily- in employment terms by the services and manufacturing sectors. But Ireland as a society has deep agrarian roots and this country’s relationship with farming remains vital economically.
This has political implications that are not always teased out, particularly in the context of Brexit. According to a report released last week by the Comptroller...
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