Irish boost as bookies eye 90% ‘Bremain’ voteThis story is enriched with multi-media content

The debate over whether the UK will exit the EU has switched dramatically to the potential gains for some Irish shareholders and most Irish exporters should the so-called ‘Bremain’ side win the looming UK vote on EU membership on June 23.

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