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What will Brexit mean for Irish arts and culture? - Irish Times

Freezing rain whipped against the windows of the Hotel Kilmore in Cavan last Monday as Heather Humphreys welcomed an audience of politicians, local worthies, industry representatives and voluntary organisations to the latest instalment of the ...and more »

Irish border checks will be impossible after Brexit, says ambassador - The Guardian

Daniel Mulhall says border between Ireland and Northern Ireland is invisible and predicts EU will treat it as special case. Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor. Wed 8 Feb 2017 10.17 EST Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10.46 EST. Share on Facebook ...and more »

Commercial property funds ready to take advantage of Brexit relocations - Irish Independent

Near Dublin's riverfront, the cranes are back, busy replacing U2's iconic recording studio with a vast office complex. Less than a decade after a property crash sank the financial industry in Ireland, banking and real estate are reconnecting in the ...and more »

Foreign financial sector workers eye move to Ireland - Irish Times

The number of financial sector workers in Britain and mainland Europe looking to relocate to Ireland surged in the months after the UK voted to leave the European Union, according to data from international jobs site Indeed. With many major financial ...and more »

Ireland mulls FSRU solution to counter Brexit - Interfax Global Energy

Ireland may consider installing an FSRU to import LNG if the UK decides to raise transit tariffs for piped gas post-Brexit. Ireland relies on the UK for its gas supply, which is delivered via the Moffat pipeline. Ireland will remain part of the EU ...and more »

Tillage sector faces serious disruption from Brexit - Irish Independent

IRELAND'S tillage sector could experience considerable disruption and dislocation from a 'Hard Brexit', Professor Jimmy Burke of UCD claimed. However, he expressed confidence that a vibrant tillage industry would survive the challenge because the ...and more »

Dublin gets more realistic about Brexit bonanza -

DUBLIN — The Irish capital doesn't think it will end up replacing the City of London after Brexit. Nor does it really want to. Seven months after the U.K.'s Brexit vote, regulators and bankers in Dublin have concluded that financial firms won't leave ...and more »

Brexit: Spike in number of UK bankers looking for Irish jobs after EU referendum - The Independent

The number of financial sector professionals in Britain and continental Europe looking for jobs in Ireland rocketed in the months after the UK voted to leave the European Union, a study shows. According to data from international jobs site Indeed, job ...and more »

Brexit: Irish border crossings 'impossible to monitor' - BBC News

The Irish ambassador to the UK has described the Irish border as "invisible" and said it would not be possible to monitor the numerous crossing points after Brexit. Dan Mulhall was giving evidence to the Westminster-based Northern Ireland Affairs ...and more »

Ireland braces for loss of markets, subsidies - Western Producer

The beef sector accounts for 40 percent of Ireland's gross agriculture output, with exports worth about $C5billion. | Getty photo. CAMROSE, Alta. — As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union, Ireland watches the process with trepidation.and more »