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Cahill, Jackie

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

UK Withdrawal from the EU: Statements (Resumed) (Continued)

Theresa May made a speech in Florence on Friday, 22 September, last. While a number of the points made in the speech are welcome, it is clear that the UK is intent on delivering a hard Brexit. We...More Button

The UK has been our largest trading partner for centuries and our countries trade approximately €1.2 billion in goods and services each week. All countries will be affected by Brexit, but Irelan...More Button

The UK leaving the Single Market and possibly the customs union will have serious consequences for Ireland’s economy. Although Ireland has significantly diversified its economy and lessened its ...More Button

Some of the most exposed products to the UK under the proportional exposure measure are Irish exports predominantly from the agrifood sector. A recent report by Bord Bia illustrates the challeng...More Button

Ireland’s food and live animal sector is substantially more exposed to the UK when compared with the other 27 member states. This sector accounts for just under 30% of Ireland’s goods exports to...More Button

Brexit poses challenges in terms of changes to the EU-UK trading relationship, changes to regulations and standards, border controls and certification and the related areas of veterinary and heal...More Button

Fuel Allowance Eligibility

Asked the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection: if she will review the case of a person (details supplied) in view of the fact that they qualify.More Button