Following the United Kingdom's shock decision to leave the European Union last summer, options have since been explored in order to minimise the implications that Brexit will have on global business.
One of these options is to potentially move UK businesses to Ireland. Thus lowering corporation tax, allowing free trade and also the huge benefit of being able to stay relatively close to home.
However, it seems that not everyone is keen on the idea.
Brought to our attention by Twitter user Paul Allen, an article was written in the Sunday Business Post about how highly-paid London bankers wouldn't be all that keen to move to Dublin, considering the lack of Michelin Star eateries.
— PaulAllenPR (@paulallenpr) April 9, 2017
God bless them.
Dublin has a plethora of INCREDIBLE restaurants who would be happy to serve up anyone and everyone who has an interest in trying. However, it seems that the feeling may not necessarily be reciprocated.