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Brexit is a big opportunity for Irish universities, says education firm - Irish Times

A global education firm which is setting up in Ireland to recruit international students to Irish universities says Brexit represents a major growth opportunity. Latest figures show the volume of international students applying to UK colleges is ...and more »

Irish food sector must look to greater innovation - Irish Times

Brexit day finally arrived and while there is a multitude of sectors affected, there is a specific concern for the Irish food sector. In a “no deal” scenario, World Trade Organisation (WTO) tariffs could apply on trade with the UK. That would mean that ...and more »

Political Change in Ireland: Critical thinking, dynamic writing - Irish Times

Dynamics of Political Change in Ireland review: This authoritative collection tells a cautionary tale. Brexit challenge: Ireland and the UK face a more uncertain future than at any time since they joined the EU, in 1973. Photograph: Artur Widak ...and more »

Brexit: 50 things Ireland needs to know - Irish Times

UK prime minister Theresa May finally pulled the starting gun on Brexit talks this week. The European Council's president, Donald Tusk, will today circulate a series of guidelines which the EU will use as both sides call in the divorce lawyers. The ...and more »

A reunited Ireland? That could be one of Brexit's side-effects -

When 29-year-old Peter Edgar returned to Belfast in 2009 after a year's work experience in the U.S., he saw Northern Ireland through new eyes. There were opportunities everywhere. "What my year abroad taught me was how to connect with people so as to ...and more »

Brexit offers Ireland opportunities as well as threats - Irish Times

Ireland was described by French writer Jean Blanchard in 1958 as “an island behind an island”. The phrase has regularly been used since then to indicate Ireland's peripherality in British and European terms. Ireland is determined not to be caught in ...and more »

Julie Sinnamon: The accidental glass ceiling shatterer - IrishCentral

Julie Sinnamon has been the CEO of Enterprise Ireland for over 3 years. She was the first woman to climb to the top position in the governmental agency supporting indigenous Irish companies. In this interview with Niamh Bushnell, Dublin Commissioner ...and more »

Noel Whelan: Anger over Brexit will not get Ireland anywhere - Irish Times

We in Ireland North and South have every reason to be angry at Britain for what it has just done. Triggering the Brexit process is the most harmful act perpetrated by a British government on Ireland – or at least on Southern Ireland – in 95 years ...and more »

Brexit: EU document suggests Common Travel Area to remain - Irish Times

The draft EU negotiating guidelines, which set out the EU's approach to the Brexit talks that will shortly begin with the UK, suggest the EU will accept the continuation of the Common Travel Area between Ireland and the UK. This has been a key aim of ...and more »

Northern Ireland's fishermen foresee net gains from Brexit - Irish Times

Dick James, who leads the 170-plus fishermen plying their trade every day from the ports of Ardglass, Kilkeel and Portavogie into the waters around Northern Ireland, is a happy man. Following Wednesday's triggering of article 50, he believes the United ...and more »