COVID-19

As we bring you the latest edition of agendaNi, the context in which our news, analysis and public affairs is delivered is shifting at unprecedented speeds in the face of global pandemic. The spread of COVID-19 and the measures now in force to tackle that spread will have implications not only for health but also economically and on wider policy.

The UK economy is contracting faster than during the 2008 financial crash and measures taken now will define the shape of this economy for years if not decades to come. To this end, agendaNi will continue to deliver analysis of the movements within key sectors, the internal workings and actions of governments and the ongoing implications of the current crisis.

    Economy: COVID-19

    Economy: COVID-19

    Just days after announcing his first Budget as Chancellor for the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has had to announce an additional...
    Right homes, right place, right time

    Right homes, right place, right time

    As the Housing Executive prepares to celebrate its 50th birthday next year, its Chair, Professor Peter Roberts outlines his ambition...
    ‘A project too far’

    ‘A project too far’

    Far from the politically damning findings expected from the RHI public inquiry, the limited reproach of Sir Patrick Coghlin’s delayed...
    Justice Minister Naomi Long

    Justice Minister Naomi Long

    New Justice Minister Naomi Long talks to David Whelan about her priorities upon taking up the role and the reforms...
    A different beat

    A different beat

    Approaching one year in post, PSNI Chief Constable Simon Byrne speaks with David Whelan about his core planks of change...

    Justice

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