The effect of Brexit on business in Ireland
The European Commission has stated there is no way for Ireland to legally abolish its system of water charges.
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People living in a North Cork village are objecting to Irish Water’s plans to connect their homes to a new water system, due to concerns over the quality of the supply.
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Boris Johnson has said: "EU citizens living in (the UK) will have their rights fully protected, and the same goes for British citizens living in the EU."
Nicola Sturgeon has warned she would consider asking Holyrood to block the UK’s departure from Europe if MSPs are required to give formal backing for Brexit.
The headlines screamed of the sharpest one-day collapse for sterling in 30 years, but the Brexiters have so far been right on one thing: The sky didn’t fall in on Friday after English and Welsh voters decided the UK’s political future rests outside the EU.
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