IIEA in the News: Media Roundup

IIEA11th December 20172min
Over the last two weeks, from Monday, 27 November to Monday, 11 December, IIEA experts and events were mentioned in a number of national and international media outlets.

Over the last two weeks, from Monday, 27 November to Monday, 11 December, IIEA experts and events were mentioned in a number of national and international media outlets. Some of the coverage is listed below:

On Wednesday, 29 November 2017, Andrew Gilmore, IIEA Deputy Director of Research and Brexit lead, contributed to Judy Dempsey’s ‘Strategic Europe’ blog – Judy Asks: Can Northern Ireland Be Kept in the EU?

On Sunday, 3 December 2017, Dan O’Brien, IIEA Chief Economist was a guest on TV3’s The Sunday Show where he participated in a panel discussion debating Ireland’s negotiating position in the EU-UK talks – Ireland and the EU27 Negotiating Position on Brexit.

On Monday, 4 December 2017, Barry Andrews, IIEA Director General, gave an interview to BBC 5 Live’s Drivetime show on the EU-UK negotiations following the failure of talks that lunchtime – EU-UK Negotiations (available from 2hrs 14mins).

On Tuesday, 5 December 2017, Barry Andrews, IIEA Director General, gave an interview to the Joe Finnegan Show on Shannonside FM, which focused on the breakdown of EU-UK talks and the prospects of achieving sufficient progress by the December European Council Summit.

On Tuesday, 5 December 2017, Andrew Gilmore, IIEA Deputy Director of Research and Brexit lead gave an interview to Alessandro Albano for the Italian online news site, L’indro – Brexit: ancora nessun accordo per l’Irlanda

On Tuesday, 5 December 2017, Joseph Curtin, IIEA Senior Research Fellow with responsibility for climate change, was quoted by Aaron Rogan in The Times – No prospect Ireland will slash emissions by 2020, says expert

On Tuesday, 5 December 2017, Francis Jacobs, IIEA Future of the EU27 Group Member gave an interview, which featured on RNE’s international affairs podcast, ‘Cinco Continents’ – Northern Ireland border and Brexit Negotiations

On Tuesday, 5 December 2017, Joseph Curtin, IIEA Senior Research Fellow with responsibility for climate change, was quoted in the Kildare Nationalist – Roll-Out of Electric Vehicle Charging Points Has ‘Ground to a Halt’

On Monday, 11 December 2017, Joseph Curtin, IIEA Senior Research Fellow with responsibility for climate change, was quoted in a column written by Kyran Fitzgerald in the Irish Examiner – Little room for hot air in energy debate