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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, 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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Parliament buildings at Stormont
Border issues

Cross-border co-operation on policing, security and criminal justice after Brexit

April 2021 - A new report by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has welcomed the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) crediting it with putting to rest concerns over cross-border security and policing in Northern Ireland arising from post-Brexit changes in security relationships.

Dr Amanda Kramer and Dr Rachael Dickson
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee

Cliffs of Moher
Border issues

Northern Ireland Voters and the Protocol

April 2021 - Professor Katy Hayward and Professor David Phinnemore look at the results from the first of a series of surveys commissioned by Queen’s University for its ESRC-funded project on the multilevel dynamics of implementing the Protocol.

Professor Katy Hayward and Professor David Phinnemore
Queen's Policy Engagement

Harland & Wolff
Border issues

POLL: What do voters in Northern Ireland think about the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland?

April 2021 - As part of a three-year ESRC-funded research project on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland, a series of regular surveys have been commissioned to ‘temperature test’ voter attitudes on a range of issues relating to Brexit, the Protocol, and their implications for Northern Ireland.

Professor David Phinnemore, Professor Katy Hayward, Dr Billy Melo Araujo, Lisa Whitten
Lucid Opinion Panel poll

Brexit: Advice for Staff and Students

As we approach the scheduled date of the UK’s departure from the EU on 31 January 2020, 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