This email alert service outlines the latest Irish Government developments on the UK's decision to leave the EU. This service will issue regular updates on a variety of information regarding Brexit.
Brexit: Ireland's priorities
The decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union presents unprecedented political, economic and diplomatic challenges for Ireland. Those challenges extend right across the policy spectrum.
This information booklet, Brexit: Ireland's Priorities, published today outlines the Irish Government's main priorities and concerns ahead of the Brexit negotiations.
This booklet has been produced in advance of the triggering of Article 50 and coincide ministerial travel programme for St Patrick's Day. More detailed negotiation priorities will follow after the triggering of Article 50 by the UK.
The second plenary meeting of the All-Island Civic Dialogue, hosted by Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan took place in Dublin Castle on Friday 17 February.
Attended by up to 500 representatives of civil society groups, trade unions, business groups, non-governmental organisations and political parties from across the island of Ireland, it provided a valuable opportunity to engage directly on the implications of Brexit for the people of the island.
St.Patrick's Day Ministerial travel programme. The Taoiseach, Tánaiste and 27 Ministers are currently taking part in over 100 business events and high-level political meetings in 27 countries as part of the Government's programme of international events for St. Patrick's Day. The programme is a key opportunity to promote Ireland as a place for international investment and an opportunity where relevant to discuss our Brexit priorities.