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Brexit, borders and criminal justice

Katy Hayward of Queen’s University Belfast offers her reflections on Brexit, borders and their potential impacts on criminal justice co-operation in Ireland. Opening her presentation, Hayward suggests that many questions remain unresolved...

A catalyst for growth

Chief Executive of Northern Ireland’s second largest Council, Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council, Roger Wilson, believes that the area’s solid strengths and its increasing potential across a number of areas...

Confidence and supply

A year on from the signing of a confidence and supply agreement which saw 10 DUP MPs back Theresa May’s minority Conservative government, leader of the DUP Parliamentary Party Nigel Dodds speaks...

In the absence of ministers

David Sterling, Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, speaks to David Whelan about the many challenges his organisation is facing in the absence of a functioning Executive, a looming Brexit and...

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...

Voices from the border

In October, over a period of two days, eolas Magazine traversed the cartographer’s line for 499km between Carlingford Lough on the Down-Louth border to Lough Foyle on the Donegal-Derry boundary. With Brexit...

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....