Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says

Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says7 Hours AgoThe U.K.’s recently-granted Brexit extension is seen as a positive development in Ireland, but the government is encouraging Irish companies to make all necessary preparations to cope with a potential disorderly Brexit, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says7 Hours AgoThe U.K.’s recently-granted Brexit extension is seen as a positive development in Ireland, but the government is encouraging Irish companies to make all necessary preparations to cope with a potential disorderly Brexit, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.
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Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says

Ireland is adequately prepared for a disorderly Brexit, finance minister says

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The U.K.’s recently-granted Brexit extension is seen as a positive development in Ireland, but the government is encouraging Irish companies to make all necessary preparations to cope with a potential disorderly Brexit, Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe told CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche during the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, D.C.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-14  Authors: niall carson, pa images, getty images
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Disorderly Brexit could complicate E.On transaction, RWE CFO says


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Disorderly Brexit could complicate E.On transaction, RWE CFO says


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EU’s Oettinger sees a chance UK parliament will vote for Brexit deal

European Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said on Thursday there is still a chance that Britain’s parliament will vote in favor of the Brexit agreement in January and that there was no public support for a disorderly Brexit or another referendum. “It is not entirely unlikely that the British parliament will vote for the divorce agreement in January,” Oettinger told Funke Media Group in an interview. “There is certainly no majority for a disorderly Brexit or for a new referendum.” Oettinger said t


European Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said on Thursday there is still a chance that Britain’s parliament will vote in favor of the Brexit agreement in January and that there was no public support for a disorderly Brexit or another referendum. “It is not entirely unlikely that the British parliament will vote for the divorce agreement in January,” Oettinger told Funke Media Group in an interview. “There is certainly no majority for a disorderly Brexit or for a new referendum.” Oettinger said t
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EU's Oettinger sees a chance UK parliament will vote for Brexit deal

European Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said on Thursday there is still a chance that Britain’s parliament will vote in favor of the Brexit agreement in January and that there was no public support for a disorderly Brexit or another referendum.

Prime Minister Theresa May has struck a withdrawal agreement with Brussels but she was forced to postpone a parliamentary vote on it earlier this month after admitting she would lose by a large margin. Britain is due to leave the EU on March 29.

“It is not entirely unlikely that the British parliament will vote for the divorce agreement in January,” Oettinger told Funke Media Group in an interview. “There is certainly no majority for a disorderly Brexit or for a new referendum.”

Oettinger said that the likelihood of Britain remaining in the EU had increased slightly over the past few months.

“Nevertheless, I assume that it will come to an exit at the end of March,” said Oettinger, the EU’s budget commissioner.


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A disorderly Brexit will harm ‘unstable’ Italy, says former PM Letta

The former prime minister of Italy has told CNBC he fears for stability in Europe, and Italy in particular, should there be a chaotic outcome to Brexit negotiations. U.K. Prime Minister, Theresa May, outlined her draft deal to take Britain and Northern Ireland out of the European Union (EU) on Wednesday evening to her most senior colleagues. The proposal has triggered four resignations from her government, most notably Dominic Raab, the minister in charge of negotiating Brexit. Speaking to CNBC


The former prime minister of Italy has told CNBC he fears for stability in Europe, and Italy in particular, should there be a chaotic outcome to Brexit negotiations. U.K. Prime Minister, Theresa May, outlined her draft deal to take Britain and Northern Ireland out of the European Union (EU) on Wednesday evening to her most senior colleagues. The proposal has triggered four resignations from her government, most notably Dominic Raab, the minister in charge of negotiating Brexit. Speaking to CNBC
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A disorderly Brexit will harm 'unstable' Italy, says former PM Letta

The former prime minister of Italy has told CNBC he fears for stability in Europe, and Italy in particular, should there be a chaotic outcome to Brexit negotiations.

U.K. Prime Minister, Theresa May, outlined her draft deal to take Britain and Northern Ireland out of the European Union (EU) on Wednesday evening to her most senior colleagues. The proposal has triggered four resignations from her government, most notably Dominic Raab, the minister in charge of negotiating Brexit.

Speaking to CNBC Thursday, the former Prime Minister of Italy, Enrico Letta, said an unruly departure by the U.K. from the EU could roil European markets and further destabilize his own country.

“There is a link, because the Italian situation is a very unstable one, a very complicated one,” Letta said before adding, “Frankly speaking I am scared of an unstable storm, a complicated situation from abroad that can bring instability to the markets and then to Italy too.”


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Police disperse some 1,000 ‘disorderly’ young people at Cherry Hill Mall

Five juveniles were arrested as police worked to disperse a group of up to 1,000 unruly young people at the Cherry Hill Mall the day after Christmas. Officers responded to the mall around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to find a large group of juveniles near the J.C. Penney wing, Cherry Hill police said. Authorities estimated the crowd to number 700 to 1,000 and described them as “disorderly.” As officers dispersed the crowd, five minors — one from Cherry Hill and four from Camden — were arrested for charges


Five juveniles were arrested as police worked to disperse a group of up to 1,000 unruly young people at the Cherry Hill Mall the day after Christmas. Officers responded to the mall around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to find a large group of juveniles near the J.C. Penney wing, Cherry Hill police said. Authorities estimated the crowd to number 700 to 1,000 and described them as “disorderly.” As officers dispersed the crowd, five minors — one from Cherry Hill and four from Camden — were arrested for charges
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Police disperse some 1,000 'disorderly' young people at Cherry Hill Mall

Five juveniles were arrested as police worked to disperse a group of up to 1,000 unruly young people at the Cherry Hill Mall the day after Christmas.

Officers responded to the mall around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to find a large group of juveniles near the J.C. Penney wing, Cherry Hill police said. Authorities estimated the crowd to number 700 to 1,000 and described them as “disorderly.”

As officers dispersed the crowd, five minors — one from Cherry Hill and four from Camden — were arrested for charges ranging from resisting arrest to disorderly conduct, police said.

No one was injured and no property was damaged, police said.

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“The safety and security of our shoppers, retailers, and employees are always top priority,” the mall said in a prepared statement. “The day after Christmas is one of the busiest days of the year at the mall.”

Police said there appeared to be no adult supervision for the kids.

Video posted to social media shows some retailers lowering security gates, trapping shoppers inside, as the melee unfolds.

Witness Kolby Eleazer said its tradition for young people in the area to go to the mall the day after Christmas to have a good time but it turned sour Tuesday night.

“Kids [were] running up and down the escalator the wrong way, so they shut them off, but they just kept going up and down,” Eleazer told NBC10 Wednesday.

Some people did appear to throw punches without warning and others got trampled in the ensuing pandemonium, Eleazer said. Police quickly broke things up before anyone could be seriously hurt.

“We thank the police and our security partners for their assistance and commitment to ensuring the comfort and safety of the shopping center,” the mall said.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2017-12-28  Authors: dan stamm, nbc philadelphia
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