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No-deal Brexit moves from fantasy machismo into stark reality

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With 40,000 jobs at risk in Northern Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Dr Katy Hayward argues that there is an urgent need for political leadership at the devolved regional level

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Achieving a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland in the wake of Brexit

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Dr Anne Smith from Ulster University and Professor Colin Harvey explore how Brexit might prove a constitutional moment for a rights-based approach to good governance in Northern Ireland, leading to the adoption of a Bill of Rights.

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What do 11-year-olds think about Brexit?

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The implications of Brexit will be felt most by future generations, yet children are excluded from the political process. Dr Katrina Lloyd asks children in Northern Ireland what they really think about politicians, politics and Brexit.

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Brexit extended, but for how long?

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Professor David Phinnemore casts an eye over the latest extension agreed in the Brexit process.

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Why is the UK planning to cut tariffs on most imports in the event of a no-deal Brexit?

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Dr Billy Melo Araujo provides some answers to help explain the UK’s contingency plans to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

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What do the public think about the backstop?

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Professor John Garry looks at recent survey results to see what the public in Northern Ireland thinks about the backstop.

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What happens to the border if there’s no deal?

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Dr Katy Hayward explains what might happen to the Irish border if no deal is reached on Brexit.

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Can ‘A Better Deal’ replace the Backstop?

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‘A Better Deal’ was published in December and claims to constitute an alternative to the Withdrawal Agreement, specifically a new Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland. But is it fit for purpose asks Dr Katy Hayward?

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The ECJ’s Wightman ruling, the “Brexit” process and the EU as a constitutional entity

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Writing the following long-read from the European University Viadrina (Frankfurt a.d. Oder), Professor Dagmar Schiek reflects on how last month’s Wightman ruling constitutes a very interesting source of reasoning, and possibly a confirmation of a more courageous Court of Justice under its current presidency.

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Sharing the Island: Brexit, ‘No Deal’ and the Constitutional Future

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In the case of a no-deal Brexit, people in Northern Ireland should be given an opportunity to express a view on future constitutional status says Professor Colin Harvey.

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The presentations from the December Brexit Clinic at Queen’s are now available to download or view

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Brexit: what does it tell us about the EU?

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The following blog is based on a presentation by Professor David Phinnemore at the launch of the report on Kent and Medway: Delivering a Brexit Border: Policing, Security, Freight and Customs at the Centre for European Studies, Canterbury Christchurch University.

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