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Getting Ireland Brexit Ready

Published: 23 September 2019
From: Department of the Taoiseach

Update, 8 October 2019: The Government is making more than €1 billion available in Budget 2020 to be spent in the event of a No Deal Brexit. Find out more here.

Budget 2020 and No Deal Brexit


Update, 4 September 2019: Getting Your Business Brexit Ready - Practical Steps. This guide sets out nine practical steps that all businesses – large and small - should take now to prepare for the UK’s departure from the EU.

Getting Your Business Brexit Ready - Practical Steps


The UK is due to leave the European Union. How and when they may leave is not yet certain.

The EU and the UK agreed an extension to 31 October 2019 with the aim of ensuring an orderly withdrawal of the UK from the EU.

Given the political situation in the UK, there is a significant risk of no deal Brexit on 31 October.

Irrespective of the final shape of Brexit, the decision of the UK to leave the EU will result in some changes, both here in Ireland and for our EU partners, which we will continue to prepare for.

While there is still some uncertainty, it’s important for you to be aware of what Brexit may mean for your business and your daily life.

Whether you're a concerned citizen or wondering how Brexit may affect your business, the aim of this government website is to help start you getting prepared.

We are working to keep this website up-to-date. Check back regularly, as information is updated as it becomes available.

Brexit and Business

Brexit and You

Brexit and You: Northern Ireland

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