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 …
As a border child from the counties of Tyrone and Derry, I have seen the hard border, that no one wants again. I remember the salmon smuggling, the customs officers on both sides
How different emigration is in the second decade of the 21st century
In many places, the border lines made little sense and did not reflect local economic and social geographies
This report details the range and depth of Government support for Irish communities and organisations around the world.
The commitment by the EU to accept a united Ireland is a huge victory for the Irish government
these are things that should be looked at in the context that they might happen at some time in the future.
For many in NI, the ‘open border’ is a tangible sign of the end of ‘The Troubles’.