Thursday 23 November 2017

Who am I to question Officialdom and say Brexit will be good for us?

Left to right: Priti Patel, Boris Johnson, host Aasmah Mir, Liz Kendall and Alex Salmond taking part in a EU debate in London.
Photo: David Rose/The Daily Telegraph
Left to right: Priti Patel, Boris Johnson, host Aasmah Mir, Liz Kendall and Alex Salmond taking part in a EU debate in London. Photo: David Rose/The Daily Telegraph
David McWilliams

David McWilliams

Are you concerned at the lack of any real analysis in Official Ireland's position with regard to the upcoming EU referendum in Britain?

Do you find it odd that in a plebiscite as tight as this, where the implications for politics, economics and society are so uncertain, that our Government and the main organs of the Irish State are so overwhelmingly backing one side?

Wouldn't it be far more sophisticated to assess what is in Ireland's interest and act accordingly?

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