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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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The coast of Ireland at the Irish Sea
Border issues

Report: What Would No Deal Mean?

September 2020 - Professor Katy Hayward contributes to the UK in a Changing Europe's latest report 'What Would No Deal Mean?'

Professor Katy Hayward
UK in a Changing Europe

Parliament buildings at Stormont
Border issues

Covid cases rise as testing crisis worsens: Politics Weekly podcast

September 2020 - On Monday, the internal market bill, described by the government as a key element of Brexit legislation, was passed in the Commons. Dublin is angry, Westminster is ploughing on, and Northern Ireland – as it has been so many times before – is stuck in the middle. To discuss how Stormont should respond, Jessica chats to Rory Carroll, the Guardian’s Ireland correspondent, and Prof Katy Hayward, a senior fellow at UK in a Changing Europe, based at Queen’s University Belfast.

Professor Katy Hayward
The Guardian Politics Weekly Podcast

Brexit in Scrabble pieces
Border issues

Brexit drama comes to Washington

September 2020 - A pandemic distracted some Britons from the looming problems of Brexit, but they were just on the back burner. Even as cases of the novel coronavirus surged in early September, the simmering issues surrounding Britain’s European Union departure returned to a boil, reminding the country that they are not just unresolved — but perhaps unresolvable, too.

Professor Katy Hayward
The Washington Post

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