Sunday 25 June 2017

Let's argue against Brexit while we prepare for it

Enda Kenny’s appeal to British Prime Minister David Cameron for Britain to stay within the European Union was pitched at the level of advice from a friend and neighbour, albeit a nervous one
Enda Kenny’s appeal to British Prime Minister David Cameron for Britain to stay within the European Union was pitched at the level of advice from a friend and neighbour, albeit a nervous one
Editorial

Editorial

Taoiseach Enda Kenny's appeal to British Prime Minister David Cameron for Britain to stay within the European Union was pitched at the level of advice from a friend and neighbour, albeit a nervous one.

In his address to the annual conference of the Confederation of British Industry in London yesterday, Mr Kenny was careful to stress that the decision was a matter for the people of Britain.

However it is a decision that has significant implications for Ireland and potentially catastrophic implications for Northern Ireland, where the peace process is incredibly volatile, and the fragile economy stagnant.

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