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Constitutionally Sound episode 11: Northern Eire after the election
On this episode of Constitutionally Sound, our host Nicola McEwen is joined by way of Katy Hayward, Professor of Political Sociology at Queen’s College Belfast and a Senior Fellow of the United Kingdom in a Converting Europe, and David McCann, Deputy Editor of Slugger O’Toole and lecturer in Politics and Executive at Ulster College for an enchanting dialogue on Northern Eire and the 2022 Meeting elections.
They mirror at the effects; the Alliance ‘surge’ and the place the ones votes have come from; what the consequences would possibly imply for the Protocol and the way that would possibly play out subsequent; and what may well be subsequent for Northern Eire itself.
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Katy Hayward is Professor of Political Sociology at Queen’s College Belfast and a Senior Fellow of the UK in a Converting Europe thinktank, the place she leads a significant venture at the long run and standing of Northern Eire after Brexit. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, an Eisenhower Fellow and a Fellow within the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for International Peace, Safety and Justice at Queen’s College.
Katy is an internationally-recognised skilled on Brexit and Northern Eire and Eire, specifically at the Irish border, and has given proof sooner than parliamentary committees in the United Kingdom, Eire and EU. She has introduced extensively on Brexit to media, coverage, civic and educational audiences.
David McCann is a political commentator and author. He’s Deputy Editor of Slugger O’Toole, a information and on-line portal which takes a vital take a look at more than a few strands of political politics in Eire and Britain, and is a standard commentator on BBC Radio Ulster
David is a lecturer in Politics and Executive on the College of Ulster, the place he additionally holds a PhD in North-South family members.
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