During the project we will be publishing a range of short analysis pieces and lengthier explainers on different aspects of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland and the governance challenges arising from it. We will also be making available the results of the regular opinion poll surveys we have commissioned on attitudes in Northern Ireland to the Protocol and its implications. For news on the analysis pieces, explainers and opinion poll findings, follow the project on Twitter (@Post-BrexitGovernanceNI).
Here we publish analyses produced as part of the project. For other and earlier analyses, see below and the website's page.
Whitten, L. 'Proposed Regulatory Reforms and the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland' Post-Brexit Governance NI, 22 September 2021
Whitten, L. 'Northern Ireland: a constitutional exception and why it matters', The Constitution Society, 22 September 2021
Phinnemore, D. and Hayward, K. 'Northern Ireland’s voice on the protocol needs to be heard', Irish Times, 5 September 2021
Melo Araujo, B. 'Northern Ireland protocol: here’s what a compromise between EU and UK could look like', The Conversation, 29 July 2021
Hayward, K. 'Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland and the new command paper', UK in a Changing Europe, 26 July 2021
Hayward, K. 'Irish sea border: trust is the biggest problem for the Northern Ireland protocol', The Conversation, 12 July 2021
Phinnemore, D. 'The Northern Ireland Protocol and its implementation', Encompass, July 2021
Here we publish analyses produced as part of the project. For other and earlier analyses, see the website's Protocol Analysis page.
Phinnemore, D. 'The Northern Ireland protocol isn’t perfect – but the UK and EU can make it work', The Guardian, 14 June 2021
Melo Araujo, B. 'Why are British sausages being blocked from entry into Northern Ireland? The dispute explained', The Conversation, 11 June 2021
Phinnemore, D. and Hayward, K. 'Brexit and the Future of Northern Ireland', Institut Montaigne, 12 May 2021
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'Northern Ireland voters and the Protocol', UK in a Changing Europe, 23 April 2021
Phinnemore, D. and Hayward, K. 'Crisis of confidence: Government has a lot to do to win back our trust', Belfast Telegraph, 21 April 2021
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'People across Northern Ireland fear that the protocol will damage political stability', The Guardian, 21 April 2021
Hayward, K. 'Who’s responsible for the violence in Northern Ireland?', Politico, 9 April 2021
Hayward, K. et al 'The Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland', UK in a Changing Europe, 8 April 2021
Phinnemore, D. 'Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland: act jointly one day, unilaterally the next', UK in a Changing Europe, 5 March 2021
Hayward, K. 'Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol: the EU must play the long-game', LSE Brexit Blog, 4 March 2021
Whitten, L. 'The Politics of the Northern Ireland Protocol', UK in a Changing Europe, 9 February 2021
Phinnemore, D. 'Brexit is increasing tension in Northern Ireland, but the protocol is the only way', The Guardian, 4 February 2021
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol: Article 16', AgendaNI, February 2021
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'Why Article 16 is no magic bullet to fix the Irish Sea border', Belfast Telegraph, 14 January 2021
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'Article 16 of the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol offers no ‘quick fix’, LSE Brexit Blog, 11 January 2021
Here we publish detailed explainers exploring important dimensions of the Protocol and its implementation. For other and earlier explainers, see the website's Protocol Analysis page.
1: Trade in Goods under the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland (June 2021) - Billy Melo Araujo
2: Dynamic Regulatory Alignment and the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland (October 2021) - Lisa Claire Whitten
As part of the project we are interested in gauging public opinion on the Protocol and have commissioned LucidTalk to conduct regular surveys to determine attitudes on a range of issues relating to the Protocol and its implications for Northern Ireland. The surveys are being conducted every four months during 2021-2023 using LucidTalk’s online NI Opinion Panel.
For each survey we are publishing a report.