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Brexit. The risk of no-deal for Alphie penalizes British Airways but pushes Ryanair

Jan 9, 2019 - 14:41 UTC

After almost two years of negotiations with the European Union, on Tuesday 15 January British parliamentarians will be called to vote on the Brexit agreement, signed by Prime Minister Theresa May. In this climate of great uncertainty, the hypothesis of an exit without agreement becomes more and more realistic and concerns especially Ireland. One of the most discussed issues involves the Irish border, which will remain the only land border between Britain and the EU after the Brexit. So, the fear of restoring a hard border that could lead to conflicts, in case of no deal, is increasing. Also the…

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