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Brexit Panel fascinates at GMB

Gina Miller, David Kurten and Stephen Donnelly address the GMB covering Brexit and its wider global significance

On Tuesday evening the Politics Society and the Trinity College Law Review (TCLR) hosted a panel discussion on Brexit in the GMB. The event was well attended, with much excited conversation before the start.

Speaking first was Gina Miller, the …

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Brexit ‘threatens UK-Ireland research links’

Two thirds of Irish academics believe Brexit will have a negative impact on higher education in Ireland

 

According to a survey conducted by the Royal Irish Academy (RIA), approximately two thirds of Irish academics believe Brexit will have a negative impact on higher education in Ireland.

Respondents stressed the need for keeping strong research collaboration between Northern …

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Number of British students applying to Irish colleges drops by 10%

The number of Irish students applying to UK universities has also dropped significantly

The number of British students applying to Irish universities has fallen by 10% in 2016, according to The Irish Times. The decrease is in response to a potential rise in fees following the Brexit vote, as British students may be

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A BA in Brexit Blues?

Jack Eustace discusses the impact Brexit will have on students studying in Ireland

The prime minister of the United Kingdom triggered Article 50 on March 29, beginning a two-year transition process wherein Britain will depart from the EU. The exact date of separation is planned to be the of March 29, 2019 –

Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, and Cyprus to be hit hardest by Brexit

With Article 50 officially triggered last week, InDepth editor Ronan Mac Giolla Rua and staff writer Annabel O’Rourke take a look at the countries most affected by Britain’s eventual departure from the union

The media storm that has engulfed Brexit reached its pinnacle when Theresa May’s letter which triggered Article 50 was finally delivered to the European Council President, Donald Tusk. After months of delays and upsets, any remaining hope that Brexit may

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Brexit, Theresa May, and Ireland’s borders: Nick Clegg speaks to the Hist

The Hist host British Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg as their final speaker for the year.

Former leader of Britain’s Liberal Democrats party, Nick Clegg , visited the Hist today, April 5, where he was awarded the Gold Medal for Outstanding Contribution to Discourse. This award is presented to those who are deemed to have particularly

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Building a world-class business school post-Brexit

Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of the Trinity School of Business, discusses plans for the new school, the importance of teaching ethics in business, and how the government can help Trinity benefit from Brexit

Andrew Burke is the Dean of the Trinity Business School in exciting and challenging times. With the imminent construction of a new €70m on-campus building for the school, and the onset of Brexit, with the inherent challenges and opportunities that

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Trinity professor expresses concern over possible fee increases for NI students

Professor Jane Ohlmeyer spoke of her concern at an Oireachtas Education Committee meeting

A Trinity professor has expressed her “horror” that Northern Irish students, following Brexit, may have to pay non-EU fees in order to study at a third level institution in the Republic of Ireland and vice-versa. Erasmus Smith’s Professor of Modern

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DCU President warns Brexit could lead to CAO points increase

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education hears from DCU President over concerns about the possibility of rising CAO points due to Brexit

The UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) could lead to a significant increases in CAO points, Dublin City University (DCU) President Brian MacCraith has warned.

Speaking to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Education, which is examining the impact

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War of the Houses

Annabel O’Rourke gives an insight into the House of Lords and its Brexit negotiations

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A divided future

“The question that must be answered is how much power does the House of Lords truly have and is this power wielded justly?”

The oncoming storm of Brexit negotiations is one that continues to garner

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