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EU Select Committee
Report published 12 December 2016. Government response published 7 September 2017. Debated on 5 September 2017.
The implications of the 23 June referendum result for UK-Irish relations are often overlooked, at least on this side of the Irish Sea. Yet the consequences of Brexit are highly significant, not only for the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and North-South relations between the two, but for the totality of relationships across these islands. Indeed, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has described the UK’s vote to withdraw from the EU as "arguably the greatest economic and social challenge for this island in fifty years."
This report seeks to draw attention to the implications in key areas such as the Irish economy; cross-border trade; the Irish land border and the Common Travel Area; policing and security cooperation; the future of the Northern Ireland peace process; and North-South and East-West relations.
EU Committee publish Government response to Brexit: UK-Irish relations report