Ireland now fears EU could abondon Dublin to save Brussels from no deal

Ireland fears being abandoned by the European Union as tensions simmer over the threat of a no-deal Brexit with Britain set to leave the bloc in just 45 days.
Many Irish firms heavily rely on access to British markets in order for their businesses to be successful. But that access is currently being put in doubt as the Brexit deadlock in Westminster leaves Britain on the brink of leaving the EU without a deal and has even sparked fears that Brussels will abandon Dublin in its hour of need. The prospect of new border checks have led to Dublin to request emergency aid from Brussels in order to prop up businesses most at risk…read more

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