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Fáilte Ireland to spend €5m to get sector Brexit ready

RTE.ie Friday, 18 January 2019
Following a huge defeat for Theresa May's Brexit deal in Westminster earlier in the week, much of the focus of business here has been to ensure firms are doing as much as they can to prepare for a sudden, disorderly Brexit.
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News video: Ireland Knocks Back Polish Proposal To Break Brexit Deadlock

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According to Reuters, Poland’s foreign minister said on Monday he had proposed limiting the Irish backstop to five years in order to unblock the Brexit deadlock but the idea was immediately knocked back by Ireland as being out of step with the EU’s stance.

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