Naughty or nice: If you don’t get shopping early there may be nothing under your tree this Christmas
Brexit’s Latest Crisis: What is in Store For the UK Going Forward?
The UK is experiencing widespread depletions of fuel and supermarket stock as a shortage of HGV drivers transpires as one of their first major post-Brexit problems- perhaps the first of many.
In a world of uncertainty- a call for unity rings clear.
How Brexit has changed how we shop online
The end of the Brexit circus will reveal the government’s domestic failings
The end finally appears to be in sight to the Brexit negotiations which have dominated the agenda for the entirety of Leo Varadkar’s time as Taoiseach.
Irish citizens in Northern Ireland could lose EU vote
What will the Brexit draft deal mean for Ireland?
Brexit set to cause science to suffer in the UK
Breaking Brexit- breaking barriers
Is Irishness enough to maintain us as a significant player in Europe?
With the fallout from Brexit we sneer at Britain and bolster our own sense of national pride, but it is easy to overlook our own selfish approach to Europe’s resources. As a nation we love to be loved. The “best fans in the world”, our culture and history is celebrated across the globe, just friendly rogues out for the craic.
Taoiseach plans more jobs for students post-Brexit
The future of Europe will need a united front
President Higgins calls on EU to embrace diversity
DCU set to have referendum on Irish unity
DCU Students’ Union received a petition for a referendum on the university’s stance on a united Ireland last week.
DCU in talks with NI universities over joint professorships
Universities in Northern Ireland are considering creating joint academic posts with institutions in the south, including DCU, to combat implications imposed by Brexit.
Irish student applications to UK drop
There has been an 18 per cent drop in Irish student applications to UK universities this year according to reports by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service.
International Brexit Conference to be held in Henry Grattan
NI students may face increased fees after Brexit
20% Drop in number of Irish students applying to study in the UK
The number of students applying to study in the UK has dropped by about 20% since the Brexit vote in 2016.
Brexit’s hard border may double travel time for Donegal-DCU journey
Trinity Joins League of European Research Universities
Over 100 days later, but what does Brexit mean for us?
No fees increase for Irish students applying to college in the UK next year despite possibility of Brexit looming.
Irish students applying for colleges in England and Wales next year will not face a rise in registration fees.