Dublin, Tuesday 24 January, 2017: The UK’s Supreme Court has today upheld, by a majority vote of 8 judges to 3, the ruling that parliamentary approval is required to invoke Article 50. However, the judges unanimously rejected the notion that Westminster has a legal obligation to seek the consent of […]
Dublin, Tuesday 17 January 2017: In the wake of UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech today in which she announced that the UK would not seek to retain membership of the European Single Market once it has left the EU, European Movement (EM) Ireland is calling for renewed efforts to […]
Taoiseach presents award in recognition of international peacekeeping and humanitarian work Dublin, 12 December 2016: Óglaigh na hÉireann today received the European Movement Ireland European of the Year 2016 award at a gala lunch in Dublin. The award is being given to the Irish Defence Forces in recognition of their contribution […]
Dublin, Monday, 17 October 2016: The special relationship between Ireland and the United Kingdom must take centre stage in any deal negotiated between the UK and the European Union. This was the main finding of a seminar in Dublin hosted by European Movement (EM) Ireland, entitled ‘The UK’s Decision […]
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