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Brexit and the Irish border.


A ‘Greatest Hits’ collection of slides on Brexit and the Irish border for those covering the topic in the weeks to come and who might value a few prompt cards.


1998. Good Friday (Belfast) Agreement.


Risks to the Peace Process.


Movement of goods post-Brexit between Northern Ireland/Ireland/Britain.


Customs controls on goods at the EU external borders.


‘Smart’ border technology.


Outline of scenarios for Northern Ireland/Britain and Northern Ireland/Ireland post-Brexit.

The EU Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland (backstop) in the Draft Withdrawal Agreement.


How far the UK White Paper (Chequers) goes on Northern Ireland/Ierland.


Where we are on the backstop (EU and UK views).


Northern Ireland political party views on Brexit and Northern Ireland, according to the 2016 and 2017 manifestos. Very summarised.


Northern Ireland and the Irish border region views on Brexit. Again, very summarised.

Read the references and click on the hyperlinks in the actual slides📋.

The best portal for info, links, hubs & readings on Northern Ireland/Ireland, the Irish border and Brexit is on the Northern Ireland Assembly Brexit Brief.🔷



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(This piece was first published as a Twitter thread and turned into the above article with the purpose of reaching a larger audience. It has been minorly edited and corrected.)


(Cover: Geograph.org/Eric Jones - “No Hard Border” poster at Killeen Bridge.)


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