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Wolfgang Münchau :”those in Ireland in favour of EU membership should give some thought to what could go wrong”

Possibly related to my previous post…  The Irish Times republishes an interesting article by Wolfgang Münchau in the FT.  He starts with Brexit, and a necessary new direction of travel for the UK economy… There is a risk that Brexit and the associated change in model business will go wrong. Brexit is not necessarily a bad more...
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