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Brexit: Parliamentary debates on Northern Ireland

24 Feb 2017

This blog rounds up key contributions to two recent parliamentary debates – in Westminster and Dáil Éireann – that dealt with significant issues related to the position of Northern Ireland in the context of Brexit.

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Brexit: Interactive timeline

23 Feb 2017

This interactive timeline provides information on the key events in the UK, Ireland and EU, from the date of the UK’s referendum in June 2016, to its expected departure date in March 2019.

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An Anchor of Hope in Stormy Times

13 Feb 2017

In a speech on Sunday, Germany’s next president outlined his vision for the country’s future.

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The Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) – Will This Time Be Different?

10 Feb 2017

The European Commission re-launched its proposals regarding a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) in October 2016. The original CCCTB proposals, put forward by the Commission in 2011, did not meet with agreement by Member States. The latest proposals have thus far generated renewed opposition from a number of countries concerned about the implications of CCCTB for their tax sovereignty and for their corporate tax revenues.  

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A Rubber Stamp of Some Consequence: Germany Elects Its Twelfth President

10 Feb 2017

 

This blog discusses the process and implications of the German Presidential election on Sunday 12 February 2017

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Musings in the Mediterranean – The Valletta Summit

07 Feb 2017

The Valletta Summit brought EU leaders together with the principle aim of discussing new measures to strengthen cooperation with Libya and to close the central Mediterranean migration route.

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The Valletta summit: Summary and key points

06 Feb 2017

Tony Brown provides a brief summary of the background, objectives and outcomes of the 3 February Summit of the EU27 in Valletta.

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Brexit: Article 50 and the Supreme Court

30 Jan 2017

This blog discusses the recent judgement by the Supreme Court in London that the UK Government cannot begin the process of leaving the European Union without the consent of Parliament. It explains the court’s reasoning and notes some of the immediate implications.

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Brexit Brief Issue 15

27 Jan 2017

 

Issue 15 of the IIEA’s monthly Brexit brief examines recent developments in the Brexit debate in the UK, Ireland and Europe.

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Theresa May’s Brexit framework: What does it mean for Ireland?

20 Jan 2017

 

On 17 January 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May delivered a long-awaited speech outlining the principles and objectives that would guide the UK's EU withdrawal. This blog sets out the key points of Ms. May’s speech and briefly analyses their implications for Ireland.

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Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn and the Immigration Issue

19 Jan 2017

 

On 10 January, Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, travelled to Peterborough – which voted 61%-39% for Leave – to spell out his party’s position on Brexit and, in particular, on the crucial issue of immigration.

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Brexit, the Good Friday Agreement and the European Convention on Human Rights

09 Jan 2017

 

The centrality of the ECHR to the Good Friday Agreement requires future interactions between Dublin and Westminster to consider the UK Government’s intention to change the UK’s legal relationship with the Convention.

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