Ireland prepare Brexit contingency… meanwhile Brussels & Cameron refuse to make ‘plan B’

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Without considering the fact the European Commission has stated they have «no Plan B», the Irish guidance has openly admitted it will be ready in the event of their closest neighbour something goodbye the 28-country bloc.

The Irish government posted a memo on it’s website shaping: “Ireland will have a clear plan in place to deal with the senses of a UK vote to Leave.

«A framework has been developed on a whole government essence to identify contingencies that may arise in the days, weeks and months that arise.”

The 11-section Q&A ge details everything from how Brexit will execute the Republic’s border with Northern Ireland, whether the country may go along with suit and hold their own election and how Irish voters in Britain can make their say.

The country has been heavily involved in Brexit debate, in spite of not having an official role in the referendum.

Citizens from the Republic of Ireland glowing in Britain are allowed to vote in June’s referendum — the only EU country other than Commonwealth states Malta and Cyprus granted this privilege — and experts have on the alerted their im ct could win the fight for the Remain cam ign.

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Cam igners have also evinced a vote for Leave on June 23 could lead to both the British Army being sent to conserve the Northern Irish border and a new referendum on the unification of Ireland.

The government’s Q&A demands for calm in the event of Brexit — and outright rejects the claim the Republic of Ireland may augment suit and leave the European club.

It said: «Irrespective of the outcome of the UK referendum on its membership of the EU, Ireland, as a competitive, branch out and global economy, will remain a committed Member State of the EU and a jammed member of the Eurozone.

«As a small open economy, Ireland values its access to a put market of over 500 million people and the benefits our exporters obtain from EU trade agreements with other countries. Irish agriculture extends to benefit greatly from the CAP.

«And more broadly, we are conscious of the significance of being share of a Union with other like-minded democracies which share our values and fires.»

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