Brexit: MPs reject elections again, Parliament suspended for three weeks

Brexit: MPs Reject Elections Again, Parliament Suspended for Three Weeks

New failure for Boris Johnson Monday 9th September before the suspension of Parliament as he wished. The Prime Minister categorically refuses a new postponement of Brexit. The British MP’s once again Monday 9th September 2019 inflicted a snub to Prime Minister Boris Johnson refusing once again to trigger early elections. Parliament is now suspended until the 14th October, just two weeks before the planned Brexit […]

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With Brexit, London promises never to restore physical checks at Irish border

Brexit: London Promises Never to Restore Physical Checks at Irish Border

The new UK prime minister, Boris Johnson has tried to reassure Ireland as he promises a Brexit without agreement by 31st October. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar that his government was determined to “never” recover from physical checks to the Irish border after Brexit announced Downing Street in a […]

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On both sides of the Irish border, Sinn Fein, a pro-reunification Catholic, campaigned against Brexit

European Elections: Ireland’s Turn to Vote, against Brexit Background

ELECTIONS: 12 Irish MEP’s to sit in the European Parliament Ireland elects its MEP’s to the European Parliament on Friday in a Brexit poll , as the country is worried about the economic consequences of the divorce from Brussels and London, its closest trading partner. Polling stations opened at 7 am, with results expected only on Monday. Most of the major political parties have mobilised strongly. All […]

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An Irish Market is coming to Châteaubriant on the 4th May

Châteaubriant: An Irish Market in Front of Chateau on the 4th May

For the first time, on the initiative of the twinning committee, an Irish market will be held in front of the Chateau in Châteaubriant  (Loire-Atlantique) on Saturday 4th May 2019. The Châteaubriant (Loire-Atlantique) Athlone (Ireland) twinning committee will hold, for the first time, an Irish market on Saturday 4 May 2019, in the afternoon. It will be held on the esplanade of the […]

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Ireland wouls seek help from EU in the case of Brexit without an agreement

Ireland Will Seek EU Help in Case of Brexit Without Agreement

Ireland will ask several million euros of special aid in Brussels if Britain leaves the European Union without a Brexit agreement, declared January 3 the Irish Minister of Agriculture. “This is about hundreds of millions,” said Michael Creed Irish Irish Daily. “Between the cattle and fisheries industries, we are talking about monumental sums,” ” he added. Emergency aid to […]

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Will the port of Saint-Malo be forgotten after Brexit

Will the Port of Saint-Malo be Forgotten after Brexit

With the entry into force of Brexit, on the 30th March, 2019, Emmanuel Thaunier, president of the ICC Ille-et-Vilaine, asks MEPs to support the port of Saint-Malo, in future maritime connections. With Brexit due to come into force on the 30th March, 2019. This will encourage the development of direct connections between Ireland and continental […]

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Theresa May invents the principle of a "joint customs zone" to allow trade with Ireland despite the exit of the UK from the EU

Brexit: Theresa May Invents the Principle of Double Customs Tariffs for Ireland

British Prime Minister Theresa May details on Monday, in front of his Parliament a specific point of her sweet Brexit: differentiated customs duties. A complex system, but one that has the advantage of not handing checks to the border between the two Ireland. Theresa May is presenting this Monday, in the British Parliament, the strategy of the […]

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French striker Olivier Giroud opened the scoring in the World Cup 2018 preparation match against Eire on May 28, 2018 at the Stade de France.

Preparation for the World Cup 2018: An Easy Win for the French Team against Ireland

Les Bleus easily managed their first preparation game for World Cup 2018, beating Ireland on Monday night, 2-0 at the Stade de France. It was to win to put the preparations for the World Cup 2018 on track. And that’s what the team of France did quietly  on Monday against the Irish (2-0) for his first game of preparation, with goals […]

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Dolores O'Riordan of the Irish band The Cranberries has died

Dolores O’Riordan, Singer of the Group The Cranberries, has Died

The singer of the Irish band The Cranberries, Dolores O’Riordan, died suddenly Monday 15th January, 2018 at the age of 46 years. Dolores O’Riordan, singer of Irish pop-rock group The Cranberries died “suddenly” on Monday 15th January, 2018 in London at the age of 46 years, announced her agent.  “The singer of the Irish band The Cranberries […]

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By Tax Optimisation, google has diverted 16 billion to Bermuda in 2016

Tax Optimisation: Google has Diverted 16 Billion to Bermuda in 2016

TAX EVASION: The tax optimisation technique of “Dutch sandwich” would have allowed alphabet, the parent company of Google, to save 2.4 to 3.7 billion in taxes in 2016 … In 2016, Alphabet would have made the economy billions of dollars in taxes using a front company and tax optimisation method called “Dutch sandwich” (Dutch sandwich). The parent company Google would […]

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