Article 50 one year one – where are we now?

It’s almost a year since Theresa May triggered Article 50 and the past year has been a veritable rollercoaster of ups and downs in the Brexit negotiation process – admittedly more ups than downs!

But where exactly are we in the process and what are the implications for Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland? Will the next phase of the negotiations culminate in Downing Street’s end goal of a “a smooth and orderly Brexit?”

Join the Queen’s on Brexit team for a full and frank discussion of all things Brexit. Whatever your particular area of interest, come along to the latest in a series of ‘Brexit Clinics’ on Thursday 15 March for a consultation with a difference. Starts at 12.30pm and is being held in the Moot Court Room, Main Site Tower at Queen’s.

This Clinic is part of the Imagine Belfast Festival 2018 and is in conjunction with Slugger O’Toole.

To register, please click here.

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