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European Movement Ireland statement on UK proposal for temporary customs arrangements

Commenting on the UK Government’s proposals, Noelle O Connell, Executive Director of EM Ireland, said: “The UK’s reaffirmation of the ‘backstop’ option is very welcome, especially in advance of the European Council summit in June.   The ‘backstop’ agreed between the EU and UK last December safeguards not only the Good […]

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EM IRELAND/RED C POLL 2018 | People divided on possible impact of Brexit on Irish unity

 EM Ireland / Red C Poll show even split in opinion on whether Brexit makes a united Ireland more likely Dublin, 8 May 2018: The majority of Irish people believe Brexit is a mistake, but just 44 per cent think that it makes a united Ireland more likely, according to […]

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EM Ireland carries out an annual survey of Irish attitudes towards the EU.  The poll is administered by Red C among a representative sample of 1,000 adults aged 18 + from across the country. Please see full EM Ireland/Red C poll Infographic here.

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Just the Facts: European Council Summit 22-23 March 2018

On Thursday, 22 March, the European Council met in Brussels to discuss a wide range of issues including trade, digital taxation, Turkey and the Salisbury attack.  On Friday, 23 March, leaders met in an EU27 format to discuss the ongoing Brexit negotiations and adopt guidelines on the framework for the […]

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