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Could the UK rejoin the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) after Brexit?

Date published - 19/07/2017

Author - David Phinnemore, Professor of European Politics, Queen's University Belfast

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After Brexit, should the UK just join the EEA?

Date published - 28/06/2017

Author - Christopher McCrudden, Professor of Human Rights and Equality Law, Queen's University Belfast

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Conservatives strike deal with the DUP: experts react

Date published - 26/06/2017

Author - Stuart McAnulla, Associate Professor in Politics, University of Leeds, John Garry, School of History, Anthropology, Philosohy and Politics, Queen's University Belfast, Grahame Steven, Lecturer in Accounting, Edinburgh Napier University, and Katy Hayward, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Queen's University Belfast

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New form of carbon discovered that is harder than diamond but flexible as rubber

Date published - 23/06/2017

Author - Elton Santos, Assistant Professor, School of Mathematics and Physics, Queen's University Belfast

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Competing with the Past: The Struggle for Truth in Northern Ireland

Dr Cheryl Lawther discusses Northern Ireland’s past and ways to move forward.

The post Competing with the Past: The Struggle for Truth in Northern Ireland appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 21/07/2017

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The Irish Border as a Customs Frontier after Brexit

When the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, the status of its land border with the Republic of Ireland will inevitably change says Dr Katy Hayward.

The post The Irish Border as a Customs Frontier after Brexit appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 18/07/2017

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A hard Irish border is quite possible, a frictionless one is an oxymoron

The prospects for frictionless and invisible solutions for the Irish border after Brexit are limited. Dr Katy Hayward
outlines a practical summary of the difference that would be made by a hard Brexit to the movement of goods across the Irish border.

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Date published - 11/07/2017

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