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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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The Grenfell Tower inquiry: learning from Hillsborough

Date published - 22/06/2017

Author - Phil Scraton, Professor Emeritus in Criminology, Queen's University Belfast

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Debate over Irish language is central to power-sharing talks in Northern Ireland

Date published - 14/06/2017

Author - Deirdre A Dunlevy, Research Fellow in Sociolinguistics, Queen's University Belfast and Micheal O Mainnin, Chair professor, Queen's University Belfast

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The Grenfell Tower inquiry: lessons from Hillsborough

Now that the enormity of the Grenfell Tower tragedy is apparent, what lessons can be learnt when it comes to the public inquiry asks Professor Phil Scraton.

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Date published - 27/06/2017

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Green space – how much is enough, and what’s the best way to deliver it?

Dr Ruth Hunter and Anne Cleary from Griffith University look at the importance of green spaces in urban areas and outline the advantages to the local communities.

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Date published - 27/06/2017

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After Brexit: the EFTA option

As the UK government’s plans for Brexit remain very much a work in pro­gress, Professor David Phinnemore and Cenni Najy ask what would EFTA membership mean for the UK post-Brexit.

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Date published - 23/06/2017

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