Village Idiot June 2018
Brexit brings a threat of the North accelerating in a race to the bottom in terms of the environment and employment, cutting costs in order to get economic advantage. In the face of this, much depends on when or if Devolution is reinstated. There is a particular concern on environmental matters because the EU has had […]
One of the things historians may dwell on is how the key December 2017 and February 2018 eu drafts of the Brexit agreement came to take the forms they did. It is all the more important since the inept UK Government of Theresa May failed to produce its own draft, though it might have been expected […]
An pro-Brexit Irish economist writes to the British government, explaining Dublin’s position, and arguing for Ireland’s own departure from the EU.
The de-politicisation of the economy leaves people feeling that their votes don’t matter. Sometimes, they’re right.
Michael Smith interviews RTÉ’s Europe Editor Tony Connelly about his new book, ‘Brexit & Ireland’.
Barry Andrews, Director of the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) argues for Ireland’s priorities if we want to mitigate the effects of Brexit.
Theresa May’s industrial policy must entail credit and tax policies to encourage industrial investment, and a shift in education policy from universities to vocational training.
Ireland staying in the EU while Britain leaves will only make reunification more difficult, says Anthony Coughlan.