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Brexit and the EU27—a view from Ireland

Brexit and the EU27—a view from Ireland
Published on: 18 October 2016
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Brexit and the EU27—a view from Ireland
  • What could Brexit mean for Ireland and how could the relationship with the UK change?
  • What are the priority issues in the Brexit negotiations from Ireland’s point of view and why? Why are they so significant?
  • Aside from Brexit, what are the key domestic priorities and issues in Ireland? Will Brexit have an impact on any of these issues?
  • What are likely to be the key challenges with the negotiations?
  • What form of UK-EU relationship and trade model is Ireland likely to favour in the future? Will they prefer ‘hard’ or ‘soft’ Brexit?
  • Are there any other developments on the horizon which could have an impact on Brexit from your perspective?

Article summary

Public Law analysis: With the EU institutions and the EU27 Member States assessing the potential fallout from Brexit, this series continues our exploration of the effect of the UK’s exit from the EU on different jurisdictions across Europe. The greatest implications will perhaps be for that country closest to home—Ireland. Barrister Eoin Martin, from The Bar of Ireland, addresses travel restrictions, potential EU tax harmonisation, and the threat of future referendums as being among many possible outcomes that now loom large on the horizon. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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