By Cathriona Coleman “We say the supplier has stopped making the medication, we try to help them understand.” A recent report issued strictly for pharmacies stated that ‘Brexit will affect the reliability of medicine supply to patients in the pharmacy’, and of 162 pharmacists, 74% believe that certain medications will have restrictions based on the impact of a No-Deal … [Read more...] about Local pharmacy feels the impact of a No-Deal Brexit
By Harry King It's hard to believe that two years on from when British Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, we are still as uncertain as we were then as to what leaving the EU means for the United Kingdom. There has been so much talk in the press regarding the seemingly unlimited number of events that could play out in this political drama. To try to understand … [Read more...] about Brexit: going to extra time?
Le Quinton Beck Tar éis do Pharlaimint na Breataine vóta a thabhairt ar son socruithe nua a dhéanamh leis an Eoraip maidir leis an teorainn in Éirinn, tá an freagra le cloisteáil sa mBruiséil: “Dheamhan athrú atá tagtha ar an scéal.” Chuir príomh-aire na Breataine, Theresa May, glaoch ar Uachtarán Chomhairle an Aontais, Donald Tusk, Dé Céadaoin ag iarraidh air dul i mbun … [Read more...] about AE le Theresa May: “Dheamhan athrú atá tagtha ar an scéal”
By Gary Elbert “An end to free movement.” Those were the words of British Prime Minister Theresa May when her advisors were busily working on their Brexit draft deal, currently teetering on the brink of collapse in Westminster. A subsequent White Paper capping ‘low skilled immigrants’ from entering the United Kingdom is the Tory’s central hope in resisting … [Read more...] about Opinion: An end to free movement
Ireland has been an EU member state for the last four decades. A lot has changed in that time – for one, we are now EU net contributors as opposed to solely recipients of EU money. In 2014, we contributed €1.62 billion to the EU. Mentioning that figure alone indicates that our membership is becoming more disadvantageous by the day and hidden amidst the constant Brexit-bashing … [Read more...] about I think we better leave right now