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Article 50 to be triggered on 29 March 2017

Ending 9 months of speculation, it has been reported that Prime Minister Theresa May will officially notify the EU next week that the UK is leaving the EU.  This meets the end of March 2017 deadline set by Ms May in one of her first speeches as Prime Minister. 

Chartered Accountants Ireland will continue its extensive coverage on how Brexit will affect Ireland both north and south of the border.  


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“The decision of the UK people to leave the European Union is one of the most significant events to occur in the history of the EU. Because of our geographic, social and economic ties with the UK, Ireland will experience the greatest impact of this decision among EU countries. It is imperative that Ireland acts now in order to preserve its current relationship with the UK.”

Liam Lynch, President, Chartered Accountants Ireland


Ireland's position in the Brexit negotiations

What Brexit might really mean for consumers

Possible customs complexities for Ireland

Risk of collateral damage on a hard Brexit

Businesses voice ‘hard’ Brexit concerns

The UK Brexit Strategy sets a tough border agenda for Irish interests both North and South

A hard Brexit might just be inevitable

Customs control post Brexit

The tax outlook for Ireland in 2017

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Chartered Accountants Ireland has identified possible Customs implications for businesses across the island of Ireland as the UK prepares to leave the EU. You can help with our research and representations work on your behalf by giving us one minute of your time to complete our confidential and short (eight questions) Customs Survey on how you might be affected.  We thank you in advance for your support in completing this survey.