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Recent Brexit News

Ibec's press releases on Brexit

Brexit delay and avoidance of ‘no deal’ welcome - Ibec / CBI

11th April 2019
The Ibec/CBI Joint Business Council (JBC) today welcomed the European Council decision to extend the Brexit deadline until October 31st to avoid a ‘no deal’ UK exit. Leaving the EU without a deal

Brexit delay leaves business with uncertainty costs

11th April 2019
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today welcomed the extension of the Brexit deadline until the end of October, agreed by EU leaders in Brussels, which avoids a catastrophic ‘no

Long extension now needed - Brexit reaction

12th March 2019
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today expressed deep concern at the inability of the UK government to ratify the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement. The group said a long extension was now

More clarity needed on ‘no deal’ Brexit obligation

12th March 2019
The Prepared Consumer Foods (PCF) sector within Food Drink Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the food and drink sector, has highlighted the need for clarity for food exporters and importers as

Ibec reacts to Brexit Omnibus Bill

22nd February 2019
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today welcomed the publication of the Government’s Brexit Omnibus Bill, particularly the new VAT measures to relieve major cash flow issues that will

UK agrifood tariffs a €400m threat Irish dairy exports

21st February 2019
Dairy Industry Ireland, the Ibec group that represents primary and secondary dairy processors in Ireland, has said that the UK government needs to appreciate the severe economic, social and

Keep in touch

At Ibec, we are working to support member companies across the country and in all sectors as you manage the Brexit challenges already evident, and plan for the potential disruption of existing trading relationships in the future.

As the challenges and opportunities of Brexit crystallise, Ibec will be with you every step of the way; supporting you at a company, sector, national and international level. Get in touch if we can help.

Arnold Dillon
Head of Strategic Campaigns
Email: arnold.dillon@ibec.ie
Pat Ivory
Director of EU and International Affairs
Email: pat.ivory@ibec.ie
Shane Lyster
Senior European Affairs Executive
Email: shane.lyster@ibec.ie
Doreen Burke
Executive, Trade and International Affairs
Email: doreen.burke@ibec.ie