Category Archives: Brexit

Brexit and the economy

Chris Giles, Economics Editor at the Financial Times speaks to Owen McQuade about the post-Brexit economic projection. In the wake of the Brexit vote, the economic data has been better than anticipated,...

Perspectives on Brexit

The prevailing tone set by guest speakers at agendaNi’s Brexit conference is primarily one of apprehension amidst the climate of post-referendum uncertainty. Virtually every speaker, from across a range of industry sectors,...

Northern Ireland’s special status?

Speaking to Richard Halleron, Secretary of State James Brokenshire confirms Northern Ireland will have special status when it comes to the upcoming Brexit negotiations. “This will require the strongest possible input at...

Brexit and beyond

Speaking at agendaNi’s Brexit conference, four of the five main parties outline their respective analyses of the potential implications for the North. Ciarán Galway reports. Across the political panel drifts an unfamiliar...

Conference examines Brexit impact

agendaNi organised a major conference to examine the implications of Brexit for a wide range of sectors and industries in Northern Ireland. Entitled ‘Brexit: Making sense of the crisis’ the conference heard...

Brexit: What next?

Attractive as it might be in terms of access to the Single Market, the EEA option is by no means the obvious answer to the ‘what next’ of Brexit, writes Professor of...

North-South Bodies

As uncertainty still hangs over the finer details of a land border between the UK and the EU in Ireland, agendaNi outlines the roles of the bodies who could be affected. Established...

Brexit preparations begin

agendaNi’s Richard Halleron speaks to some of the leading voices of the agriculture sector about the impact of the Brexit referendum and what the future holds. The Ulster Farmers’ Union has held...