Tag: DUP

Chatter Episode 34 – Professor Colin Harvey on Brexit, The Good Friday Agreement, and a Citizens Assembly

Professor Colin Harvey of Queen’s University Belfast was our guest on today’s show. He has been doing a lot of work on how human rights guaranteed in the Good Friday Agreement will translate in a post-Brexit Northern Ireland. We also spoke about the potential for a citizens assembly in Northern Ireland and the…

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Chatter Episode 32 – Jamie Pow on Northern Slant and a Citizens Assembly For Northern Ireland

Jamie Pow, editor of Northern Slant, was our guest on today’s show. Jamie works as a researcher at Queen’s University Belfast and has been looking at ways in which Northern Ireland could use a Citizens’ Assembly to move forward with political issues that politicians seem unable to solve. We talked all about the way in…

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The Shady Money That Bankrolled Brexit (Part 1)

The real motivations behind the campaign for Britain to leave the EU were never truly clear during the campaign, though revelations over the subsequent 16 months have given us more and more insight into the true forces at work here. There have been numerous investigations launched into the legality of actions taken by…

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Chatter Episode 31 – Tatton Spiller On Brexit, The Motivations of Politicians, and Simple Politics

Tatton Spiller of Simple Politics was our guest on today’s show. Tatton is a former teacher, who also spent time working in Parliament. He founded Simple Politics to help people who were interested in politics (but maybe didn’t understand what was going on) to get a grounding on the issues of the day….

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We Need To Be Honest About The Irish Border

This is not something that can be trivialised. This is not something we can dismiss and sort out at the last minute. This is not something that you can lie about and hope no one will notice. This is a fiery, divisive, potentially violence inviting problem that the UK government (and all other…

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Who Are AggregateIQ

The tiny British Columbia-based marketing company are credited by some as being the reason for the success of the Brexit campaign. Having received more than £4 million for their work on the campaign, they were responsible for around half the spending of the campaign groups on the Leave side, and yet very little is known…

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