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Brexit: Advice for Staff and Students

As we approach the scheduled date of the UK’s departure from the EU on 29 March 2019, there remains a significant level of uncertainty around the UK’s exit and the future shape of UK-EU relations. A dedicated website has been established to provide information and support to both staff and students and to help keep you up to date with the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations.

Brexit: Advice for Staff and Students

Brexit: Insight and Analysis

Informed by years of internationally-recognised research excellence, Queen’s on Brexit brings together leading academics from Queen’s University who can provide an authoritative voice on the Brexit process, the many policy areas affected by Brexit, and the subsequent impact on Northern Ireland, the island of Ireland, the UK and the EU-27.

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Border issues

Boris Johnson’s appetite for chaos could strain EU solidarity on Border

June 2019 - Whatever about Boris Johnson’s private domestic affairs and rows, we should be more concerned about his private comments on Brexit, the Border and Donald Trump.

Dr Katy Hayward
Irish Times

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Border issues

Brexit overshadows Northern Ireland negotiations

June 2019 - In a civil service office overshadowed by the mothballed Stormont parliament building, where schoolchildren are on guided tours are as common a sight as politicians, negotiations to revive Northern Ireland's government are staggering on.

Dr Katy Hayward
Financial Times

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Border issues

What next for Brexit Britain as May announces resignation as PM?

May 2019 - The UK's future and how - or whether - it will leave the European Union has been thrown into further uncertainty following Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement that she will quit as leader of the ruling Conservative Party on June 7.

Professor David Phinnemore
Al Jazeera

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Border issues

Voting begins in European elections

May 2019 - Voting to elect a new European Parliament got under way on Thursday as Britain and the Netherlands head to the polls.

Professor David Phinnemore
Al Jazeera

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Research Activity

As an institution, Queen’s has a long-standing history of research into European integration, with our academics offering key insight into the work of several high-profile Brexit research projects.

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