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# ireland and the eu

This year
Ireland to launch bid to be home of EU's new Anti-Money Laundering Authority HQ
Minister for Finance Michael McGrath said he believes Ireland would be a “great location” for the new authority’s HQ.
Last year
The EU and You: What's working, not working and what we don't understand
In the final topic of our 18-month initiative, we shone a spotlight on the EU itself and our part in it. Turns out we had a lot to learn.
All time
One third think Ireland should leave the EU if the UK does
A Red C poll on Ireland and the EU found the vast majority of people think Ireland has benefited from its membership of the EU.