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Gradual divergence

The UK Government appears to have coined the phrase ‘gradual divergence’ to indicate their desire for a smooth transition away from the EU which appeases both brexiteers and remainers. However it is...

Deal not done

Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson talks to David Whelan about the hurdles that still have to be overcome in phase two of the Brexit negotiations and her role in ensuring the rights...

Living with a hard Brexit

Philip Pettit, LS Rockefeller University professor of politics and human values at Princeton University, analyses the commitments made by the UK government in conclusion of phase one and the realities of implementing...

NAMA LAND: Project Eagle

Journalist and author of the recently released ‘NAMA LAND: The Inside Story of Ireland’s Property Sell-Off and the Creation of a New Elite’, Frank Connolly writes in agendaNi about Project Eagle, the...

Investing in communities

John McLean, Chief Executive of Radius Housing talks to Owen McQuade about the newly merged organisation’s first nine months of operation and how it is investing in developing communities. As we start...

Stormont return no panacea

As hopes of a revived Stormont Executive recede into the horizon, so too apparently does the scope for nuance in analyses of the stasis. The potential of a return to Stormont, however...

RHI uncertainties unfold

The Independent Public Inquiry into the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Scheme was established by former Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir in a statement on 27 January 2017. agendaNi provides a brief...