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Tag Archive: brexit

Brexit: Where are we now? Northern Ireland

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Professor David Phinnemore sets out the state of play in the Brexit negotiations as seen from Northern Ireland.

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Broadcasting and Brexit

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Broadcasting law has been influenced by the European Union for nearly three decades says Professor Daithi Mac Sithigh

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Will the Irish question be solved?

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Professor Dagmar Schiek looks at the Irish question in respect to Brexit and highlights some of the legal perspectives of the pre-Christmas ‘deal’ on Northern Ireland.

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The pluses – and minuses – of ‘Norway Plus’

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Jamie Pow and John Garry from the Brexit NI project look at the various options of what the UK’s future relationship with the EU could look like.

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‘Categorically clear’: What being outside a customs union with the EU will mean for post-Brexit UK

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Being outside a customs union with the EU will mean that costs of many goods will be higher, risks associated with trade will be greater, and borders (including with Ireland) will have to be harder. Dr Katy Hayward cautions about the consequences for British businesses and consumers of this new statement of intention from the British government.

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Implications of Brexit for Northern Ireland: Have your Say!

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The BrexitLawNI Project will be out and about around Northern Ireland to listen to the concerns of the general public about Brexit.

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Brexit: Populism and Progressive Politics Workshop

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Dr Katy Hayward, Prof David Phinnemore and Dr Viviane Gravey address the Green European Foundation and Green Foundation Ireland workshop on ‘Brexit: Populism and Progressive Politics’, held on 29 October 2017 at Queen’s.

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Strategic remainers and leavers

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Professor John Garry looks at the ins and outs of where the UK is in the Brexit process.

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Sharing the Island: Brexit, Constitutional Imagination and the Right of Self-Determination

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Professor Colin Harvey looks at the implications of Brexit on some of the central elements of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement.

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Brexit and Northern Ireland: Unique Solutions and the Union State

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In light of the most recent derailment in the Brexit negotiation process, Professor Colin Harvey says that the Northern Ireland Brexit solution was not going to break up the United Kingdom.

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A Time of Crisis and Challenge: Brexit and our Constitutional Future

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In a recent article in the Derry Journal, Professor Colin Harvey looks at the constitutional status of Northern Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement in light of the UK’s imminent Brexit.

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Why Fear the Brexit Mutineers? Because They Can Back Up Their Threats

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Dr Christopher Raymond looks at the brewing rebellion within the Tory party that threatens to wipe out the Prime Minister’s majority and plunge the party into crisis.

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