Living with Brexit:The Road Ahead is a new series of blogs by the IIEA’s UK Group and additional contributors which will examine the outcome of the deal and its implications for Ireland – including for trade, business, agriculture, fisheries, transport, and the Northern Ireland Protocol. It will also examine the political implications of the deal, for the future of Anglo-Irish relations and the future of the UK after Brexit.

What’s in the deal?

This first blog in a new series provides an overview of the key points of the EU-UK agreement, including the resolutions to the final sticking points in the negotiations.

Implementing the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland

This second blog in the series, by Blair Horan, member of the IIEA UK Group, Former General Secretary of the CPSU, and member of the European Social Fund Committee, examines the implementation of the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.

A Brexit Deal that works for Business

This third blog in the Living with Brexit series looks at the deal from a business perspective, highlighting some of the potential advantages of the agreement for progressive businesses.

Agriculture and Food Production: The Post-Brexit landscape

Con Lucey, former Chief Economist of the IFA, discusses the implications of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement on agriculture and food production.

Beyond Brexit for Ireland’s Transport Sectors

Tom Ferris examines what the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement means for Ireland’s road freight transport and aviation sectors.

Brexit’s Implications for Fisheries

Pat Kehoe, Former Chief Executive of Bord Iascaigh Mhara, examines the impact of the EU-UK deal on fisheries, highlighting some of the challenges it poses for the Irish fishing industry.

Brexit and the future of the United Kingdom

Paul Gillespie discusses the future of the UK itself after Brexit, as well as the potential spillover effects for Ireland.