Brexit and UK-Irish relations: between low and high politics?
In a new blog post for The UK in a Changing Europe, Viviane Gravey, Andy Jordan and Charlie Burns react to the House of Lords’ UK-Irish relations report. Looking at agriculture, energy and waste, they argue that ‘in thinking about the UK-Irish and Northern Irish dimensions of Brexit it is vitally important to include the overall objectives of a deal (the high politics) – and which parts of the UK and of the EU would stand to benefit and lose the most from it – as well as the fine detail (the low politics) that enable modern economies to function effectively.’
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