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Tuesday 30 May 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Brexit ready

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# shipping news
New Rosslare to Dunkirk ferry route announced as businesses urged to avoid UK landbridge
The new service will start in January and operate six times per week.
# Your Say
Poll: Is Ireland ready for a no-deal Brexit?
The Irish government has put supports in place, but the latest figures show there’s been little uptake of its one-day workshops.
# Brexit ready
Of 90,000 Irish businesses that trade with the UK, just 531 have attended Brexit workshops
This week, Tánaiste Simon Coveney said that the chances of a no-deal Brexit in October were “significant”.
# Brexit
Ireland must prepare for 'ugly truths' of no-deal Brexit, warns Coveney
The cabinet will today consider the latest plans to prepare Ireland for the possible consequences of Brexit.
# Brexit ready
Taoiseach doesn't think no-deal Brexit is 'inevitable' but wants end to 'political purgatory'
Political leaders were out in force for the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit today at Dublin Castle.
# Brexit ready
Brexit online training course on how customs work to be rolled out for Irish businesses
The Irish government has stepped up its preparations as a no-deal Brexit looms.
# Brexit ready
'A sobering read': Here's the Irish government's no-deal Brexit plan
Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said that this was a “damage-limiting exercise”.
# not ideal
UK government audit tells businesses they've run out of time to prepare for no-deal Brexit
In Ireland, the government has taken steps to try to ensure businesses are Brexit ready.
Tánaiste: 'Some in the UK don't seem to get it. Nobody is talking about building a wall'
Tánaiste Simon Coveney says it’s his job to hammer home what’s at stake for Ireland by being “polite but firm”.
# Brexit ready
Ryanair applies for UK licence ahead of Brexit
Other airlines have made similar moves amid concerns that Brexit could severely disrupt air traffic between Britain and continental Europe.