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Research led by the the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Irish Studies resulted in the publication of The Protocol on Ireland & Northern Ireland and the EU Withdrawal Agreement: The Contagion of Uncertainty.
The report evidences business sectors growing unease with Brexit. The voices brought together within this report are from across Ireland and the UK. This report argues that it is time to move beyond the politics of Brexit and in so doing start to understand and respond to the ever-growing uncertainty within business. We need to start talking about jobs, investment and trade.
You can read the full report at www.liverpool.ac.uk/humanities-and-social-sciences/research/projects/brexit-uncertainty/
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