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Sufficient progress:
what has been agreed

Professor of European Politics at Queen’s University Belfast, David Phinnemore offers his analysis of the deal struck to navigate phase one of the Brexit negotiations. On 15 December 2017 the European Council...

In the search for solution

  Ciarán Galway speaks with Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney about his role in the Brexit negotiations and efforts to resuscitate an ailing Northern Ireland Executive. Britain’s relationship with Ireland...

Brexit changes attitudes

Since the June 2016 referendum, Brexit has preoccupied the minds of many within Northern Ireland’s political, business and media circles. Now, a LucidTalk poll has revealed the extent to which it has...

Powering the transition

President of AES UK and Ireland, Ian Luney, discusses adapting to disruption of the global energy market, aiding the renewable transition and how challenges in Ireland are being met with new solutions....

Growth of GB sales declining pre-Brexit

  Indicated clearly in the out-workings of phase one of the Brexit negotiations is that Northern Ireland will experience some hindrance to its status quo market access. agendaNi outlines the most up...

Connecting the community

As the largest gas distribution business in Northern Ireland, Phoenix Natural Gas has evolved its approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR) from simply being ‘the right thing to do’ to being intrinsically...

Planning for sustainable growth

Carol Ramsey, Director of the Strategic Planning Division in the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) discusses the evolution of the planning system following the devolution of powers and the Department’s role in ensuring...

Homelessness: ‘limited success’

The number of households designated as statutory homeless rose by over 30 per cent during the five-year period of the Housing Executive’s homelessness strategy, a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General...