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Chamber welcomes publication of Irish Government Negotiation Paper

“The British Irish Chamber of Commerce welcomes the publication of the Irish Government’s document Ireland and the negotiations on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. As we approach negotiations, it is important for businesses to know and be aware of the priorities for Government in […]




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British Irish Chamber of Commerce reaction to triggering of Article 50

“Early agreement on transition framework essential if we are to avoid deep and dangerous uncertainty” – John McGrane, Director General   The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has reacted to the letter sent by Prime Minister Theresa May to European Council President, Donald Tusk triggering Article 50. Speaking after contents of the letter were published, […]




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Chamber Patron, Niall FitzGerald KBE DSA – Keynote Speech to British Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Conference

England and Ireland: The Only Game in Town? Tackling New Relationships between Commerce Culture and Community Keynote speech by Niall FitzGerald KBE DSA to the Annual Conference of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce Dublin on Thursday 16 March 2017 Good afternoon and thank you for the invitation to speak with you today. Though my […]




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“Brexit-fueled nationalism will make us all poorer” – Brian Hayes Address to British Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Conference

“Brexit-fueled nationalism will make us all poorer” Speech by Brian Hayes MEP at the Annual Conference of the British-Irish Chamber of Commerce – Clayton Hotel, Dublin Thursday 16th March 2017 “Economic nationalism follows political nationalism – it’s as sure as night follows day. We have seen it in our common European history. We have seen […]




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BRITISH IRISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE REACTION TO PM THERESA MAY’S BREXIT STATEMENT

  Tuesday 17th January, 2017 – The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has reacted to the statement made by Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit this morning. Speaking after Mrs May made her statement, Director General of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce, John McGrane said: “We welcome that the Prime Minister has made a […]




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