Category Archives: Brexit

Energy markets in uncertain times

Owen Wilson, Chief Executive of the Electricity Association of Ireland (EAI) discusses the implications of Brexit for the Irish electricity sector Based on the assumption that policy makers will wish to continue...

The EEA option for Northern Ireland

While varying scenarios for the UK’s future trading arrangements with Europe have been offered both prior to and after the official triggering of Article 50, calls for a ‘special status’ for Northern...

Frictionless or fantasy?

The UK’s exit from the EU means its extraction from a project centred on enhancing transnational cooperation and movement across state borders. Katy Hayward, a senior lecturer in political sociology at Queen’s...

WTO tariffs explained

Failure to successfully conclude negotiations on the terms of a trade deal with the rest of the EU before Britain’s forthcoming departure from the customs union could force the UK to revert...

Seamus Leheny, Northern Ireland Freight Transport Association; Glenn Roberts, Deloitte; Marte Gerhardsen, Agenda think-tank, Oslo; David Carson, Deloitte; Professor David Phinnemore, Queen’s University Belfast.

Brexit conference

The timely Brexit conference took place in March just a day after the triggering of Article 50.  The conference, which was supported by Deloitte, was attended by delegates from both the public...