It is Ireland that will suffer most in a Brexit no deal
Whether it is hard ball or reality the potential of a no deal has entered the conversation. The former governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus in this piece for “The Conversation” reflects on the potential outcome of a no deal and how it will be Ireland that would be worst hit.
Well worth a read – a no deal he says could “prove little more than a relatively minor irritation, if not a blessing in disguise (for the EU 27). By contrast, the UK could be heading towards a major calamity.”