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British government plans event series to promote ‘Global Britain’

British state and academic institutions will hold outreach events in Ireland to position post-Brexit Britain as an outward-facing trading nation

9th February, 2020
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has used the slogan to outline his hopes for a post-Brexit Britain as an outward-facing trading nation

British government and academic institutions are planning a spate of events across Ireland over the coming months in line with Boris Johnson’s vision for a “Global Britain”, the Business Post has learned.

In recent months, the British Prime Minister has used the slogan to outline his hopes for a post-Brexit Britain as an outward-facing trading nation.

British government sources have indicated that a number of outreach events will be held here...

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