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Findings from our report Northern Ireland and the UK's Exit from the EU: What do people think? have been covered by major media outlets in the UK and Ireland, including:
WHILE MAY MUST DECIDE WHAT TO DO ABOUT NORTHERN IRELAND AND BREXIT, HERE'S WHAT PEOPLE THEMSELVES THINK
"People in Northern Ireland are clear - there is significant antipathy to any hardening of borders, and staying in the customs union and single market is the desired route out of the EU." Professors John Garry and Brendan O'Leary highlight some of the key findings of their co-authored report in the Huffington Post.Read Article
PROFESSOR GARRY INVITED BY FOREIGN & COMMONWEALTH OFFICE TO DISCUSS THE UK'S FUTURE RELATIONSHIPS IN EUROPE
The conference took place at Wilton Park (31 Jan to 2 Feb) and brought together a range of actors (from academia, politics, business and civil society) from across Europe to share their expertise and ideas on future bilateral relations. Professor Garry was able to share with the other participants some insights regarding how ‘Brexit’ may affect UK-Irish relations, as well as bilateralism more generally. See Twitter coverage under #EuropeBilateralWPMore Information
JOHN GARRY INVITED TO SPEAK ON NORTHERN IRELAND PUBLIC OPINION
Professor Garry joined Anthony Wells (YouGov), Alan Renwick (UCL) and Sara Hobolt (LSE) to present evidence on public opinion relating to Brexit. The discussion was chaired by Adam Bolton of Sky News.Read Report
NO DEAL AT STORMONT: IS BREXIT TO BLAME?
Writing for the 'UK in a Changing Europe' blog, Jamie Pow and John Garry consider the extent to which Brexit makes it more difficult for political parties reach agreement to restore devolved government in Northern Ireland.Read Article
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