Former WTO Director General and EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy has warned Ireland may need emergency aid in the event of no deal Brexit.
Lamy said that while a no deal Brexit was something “one year ago I would have put at a low probability”, now it is “something that needs to be in our mind.”
Lamy also declared there to be “no way” to prevent a hard border if there is no Brexit deal.
LONDON — Former WTO Director General and EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy has warned that Ireland may need emergency aid in the event of a no deal Brexit.
The Republic of Ireland would be so badly damaged by the United Kingdom leaving the European Union without a deal that it would require emergency supplies and support from Brussels, Lamy told RTÉ on Sunday.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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