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Putting rural Ireland front and centre – Conway-Walsh

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“Now is the time to firmly place balanced Regional Development and Rural Ireland front and centre of EU and Government policy by identifying and implementing rural solutions to national problems,” stated Deputy Rose Conway-Walsh in her maiden Dáil speech on Wednesday.

EU and Government measures must protect farm incomes - Deputy Dillon

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Mayo Fine Gael TD, Alan Dillon, has called for immediate measures to be put in place at both EU and Government level to keep the beef sector operational during this difficult period.

Can Ireland Be the Answer to UK Job Seekers after Brexit?

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Meta description: Ireland may become the answer for UK residents seeking a new job after Brexit – and here are the details!

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GMIT Brexit lecture

ECB to leave interest rates unchanged today

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Tánaiste to address Galway public meeting on Brexit

Simon Coveney, the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, will be in Galway next week to address a public meeting on Brexit and the upcoming trade talks between the UK and EU.

Comedy Carnival - laughter in the Eyre in spite of Brexit

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THE BIGGEST Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway to date just might have been the most memorable, with routines, views, and actions that delighted audiences over the last weekend, and the memory of which will keep up giggling for some time yet.

Over The Edge Brexit special

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A POLITICALLY charged Over The Edge reading will place on the day that may - or may not, there is the Benn Act - see Boris Johnson crash the UK out of the EU without a deal.

Aspirations remain for Brexit deal as prudent Budget unveiled to the public

It struck me very strongly when I was beginning this column that many of the events of these few days are of a national and international variety.

Leave Britain to the Brexit fanatics, Ireland's future is with Europe

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The scene of the Sunday morning breakfast table in Biarritz at the beginning of the recent G7 summit was a sobering one for Irish viewers. President Donald Tump and prime minister Boris Johnson, leaders of the two countries that would traditionally be considered our main allies, egging each other on in pursuit of a hard Brexit that would be detrimental to this country.

 

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