Monday 29 May 2017

Brendan Keenan: We must convince investors we won't be forced out of EU in wake of Brexit

‘Middle England voted to remain and has yet to come to terms with the loss of automatic rights to jobs, education, residence and healthcare in the EU – never mind joining the tortuous ‘non-EU’ queues at airports.’ Photo: Reuters
‘Middle England voted to remain and has yet to come to terms with the loss of automatic rights to jobs, education, residence and healthcare in the EU – never mind joining the tortuous ‘non-EU’ queues at airports.’ Photo: Reuters
Brendan Keenan

Brendan Keenan

The Irish government's task is just about the only thing which is clear after the map of Europe was dramatically redrawn,

It will have to apply every ounce of muscle, sinew and brain to try to ensure that things come out as right as possible, as soon as possible.

Indeed, it will take more than the Government to avoid the loss of much of what we took for granted until a few hours ago. It will take the muscle, sinew and brains of the whole country.

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