Mr Mcgrane

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Aside from Brexit, the British Irish Chamber called for the State’s 9 per cent VAT rate for the hospitality industry to be retained. Photograph: iStock

The Government should advocate for an EU-wide Brexit mitigation fund and set up a commission to identify the impact of Brexit on each tax heading in i(...)

A letter in Eamon O’Cuív’s name had been used in Séamus McGrane’s defence. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Fianna Fáil TD Éamon Ó Cuív has insisted he did not write a character reference for dissident republican leader Séamus McGrane, who was jailed on Thur(...)

The court found that Seamus McGrane (63) discussed an operation involving explosives in the run-up to the State visit of Prince Charles two years ago.

A Real IRA leader who plotted an explosion during the State visit of Britain’s Prince Charles two years ago has been found guilty by the Special Crimi(...)

Border Communities Against Brexit set up an old customs post at Carrickcarnon between Dundalk and Newry. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The EU and European governments are not listening to the concerns of European businesses in relation to Brexit, according to a new report. The three(...)

Assessments on the results of the UK election range from positivity that it may change the course of business to intense negativity about the future of British-Irish trade. Photograph: iStock

Irish exporters and businesses with operations in the UK have signalled that there is a silver lining to Friday’s shock election result. Speaking to T(...)

As Theresa May’s trigger finger gets itchy – article 50 is due to be activated by the end of the month – the lion’s share of intrigue will be  on how the next two years might alter Irish-UK trade relations. Photograph: Bloomberg

MONDAY Results: YouGov Indicators: Euro zone labour cost index and wage growth (Q4) Meetings: Girls in Tech launch event (Bank of Ireland, Grand(...)

John McGrane, director general of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce at the International and European Affairs (IIEA). Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has rubbished suggestions that Ireland could benefit significantly from Brexit as foreign investors bypass the U(...)

Antiques dealer John McGrane pictured in his Gormanston, Co Meath premises. Photograph: Dave Meehan

John McGrane is the founder and owner of Delvin Farm Country Antiques in Gormanston, Co Meath. He will retire tomorrow  after 40 years in the bu(...)

Three men have appeared before a Saturday sitting of the non-jury Special Criminal Court charged with membership of the IRA among other offences

Three men have appeared before a Saturday sitting of the non-jury Special Criminal Court charged with membership of the IRA among other offences.The m(...)

The National Concert Hall in Dublin.

Differences of opinion on “governance and board focus” led to five members quitting the board of the National Concert Hall ear(...)