By Peter Donnelly Three weeks have been and gone since reports, which were first muted in The Times, emerged that a settlement on the Northern Ireland Protocol had, after almost two years, been reached. The negotiating teams for the EU Commission and the UK Government were said to be on the cusp of an agreementContinue reading “The Protocol Negotiations: Many Lanes Ahead in this Brexit Story”
Category Archives: northern ireland
Abortion Services Finally Available in the North-West
Brid Peoples gives us a run-down of the availability of abortion services in the North-West.
In Support of Protestants Studying Irish
Our new Irish Language Editor, Jacqueline Bonner, pens her first piece for the Gown about why learning Irish Language needs to be more accessible
FEATURE: The Writing is on the Wall – The Good Friday Agreement is a Busted Flush
Garrett Byrne writes on the political situation in Northern Ireland, discussing the Good Friday Agreement and last weeks elections.
Irresponsible wildfires threaten the fabric of NI’s nature scene
Deputy & Environmental Editor, Fleur Howe, reports on the detrimental and reckless gorse fires which damaged the Mourne Mountains and Cavehill