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Above from left: Chairman of the IIEA Brendan Halligan, Minister for Foreign Affairs Charles Flanagan TD, Chair and Managing Partner with McCann Fitzgerald Barry Devereux and Director General of the IIEA Tom Arnold.

This morning.

Aviva Lansdowne Road Nua, Dublin

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charles Flanagan at a Brexit Conference hosted by the Institute of International And European Affairs (IIEA) and solicitors McCann Fitzgerald.

On June 23 the United Kingdom electorate will be asked whether they want to leave the European Union which Mr Flanagan believes has serious implications, to Irish business and security.

FIGHT!

Previously: Fexit

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18 thoughts on “Brexit Stage Left

    1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

      If I was suspicious, I would be asking why they choose to hold it in June when most are at festivals

      But generally, it’s a stupid time.

      1. classter

        They announced it for the earliest, reasonable date, no?

        Uncertainty around Brexit is already impacting upon the all-important ‘markets’ & the idea is to have it sorted as hastily as will be accepted.

        1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

          Yeah but the middle of summer seems a bit silly

      1. ahjayzis

        I don’t agree with the OP, but come on Moyest.

        The greek word for eating from bins isn’t ‘Love’.

  1. dav

    don’t care either way, but it would be one in the eye to the ecb/bundesbank runts that helped ruin this nation

    1. St. John Smythe

      I think your find that the ruination of the nation had more domestic origins. But it suits some to deflect to foreign powers and then there are others like yourself that just follow blindly. Useful idiots.

  2. ollie

    Ireland is a total joke. The most esteemed economists can’t agree whether this would be good or bad for the UK, but Charlie the Solicitor knows better. Yesterday Vogue Williams was on radio giving her opinion. I despair.

    1. ahjayzis

      In fairness the balance of economists are on one side of this issue;

      http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/1a86ab36-afbe-11e5-b955-1a1d298b6250.html

      Which is beside the point really, since we all know economists are spoofers.

      But it’s pretty straightforward that whatever the long term consequences, the first few years after a shock like this will precipitate recession and capital flight. We’ve already had projects stall because investors are crapping themselves.

  3. Tish Mahorey

    So Mad Men graphics are the lazy ass go to for Irish corporate comms now. Like only about five years after the rest of the world got tired of it.

  4. moroccan rug dealer

    Charlie Flanagan is anxious over the borders with northern ireland apparently. Charlie my darlin 2 garda were murdered, 2 ruc superintends were murdered, lucia o Farrell’s son Shane was killed — all victims with guerriers back and forth across the border. N.I “Disappeared” murdered and carried across into republic of ireland. And a bomb factory found this week on the border. And men from irish republic are awaiting trial for terrorism when planning a bombing campaign last year.

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