EUROFILE: No-deal may cost Irish farmers

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The European Commission, via the farm commissioner Phil Hogan and the president, Jean Claude Juncker, has assured Ireland that compensation will be made available to farmers if they lose out from the UK crashing out of the EU with no deal in place. The post EUROFILE: No-deal may cost Irish farmers appeared first onThe Courier .
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