At the beginning of the Brexit negotiations, the president of the European Council, said that any proposals by the United Kingdom that would not receive a nod of approval from Dublin would be rejected in Brussels. Continue reading →
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the House of Commons voted a customs border between UK and NI. Meanwhile, goods can freely cross the border between NI and the Republic. Continue reading →
Will Britain’s withdrawal from the EU be a catalyst for the breakup of the EU? An opinion piece by historian and lawyer, Jeff Kildea. Continue reading →
A report by Professor Elizabeth Malcolm on Fintan O’Toole’s Lecture University of Melbourne, Miegunyah Lecture, 11 March 2020 Farage and Parnell The well-known Irish journalist and writer, Fintan O’Toole, commenced his lecture at Melbourne University on 11 March by showing a photograph of the 1880s Irish nationalist leader, Charles Stewart Parnell. This picture, O’Toole informed … Continue reading →
Economic Impact of Brexit on the UK and Ireland by Brian M. Deane Introduction The result of the referendum in 2016 indicated that the British people decided, 52 to 48 percent, to leave the European Union (EU). However, the economic consequences of leaving were, not at that time or since, made clear. Indeed, one … Continue reading →