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Why Brexit will be good for Ireland’s economy

A glance at official figures on Ireland’s international trade Continue reading

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Brexit deal must be ‘inferior’ to membership to protect EU borders

Brexit may simply lead to a debate on the validity of the UK since this is just another union Continue reading

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Return to the Troubles would be biggest blow dealt by Brexit

Over the centuries that Britain celebrated imperialism, Ireland experienced it. This has culminated in a vastly different outlook between the two islands. Continue reading

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Why the Irish media is wrong about Brexit

The founding principle of the European Economic Community was “to preserve peace and liberty and to lay the foundations of an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe”. In the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, it is curious … Continue reading

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