Economy & Finance
Reading Time: 5 minutes During a House of Commons debate on Article 50 in February 2017, Brexit Minister, David Jones, confirmed that if the UK failed to secure a deal with the EU during negotiations, it would fall back
Reading Time: 4 minutes By Eóin Murphy, Michael Scholes, and Aidan Stennett The Northern Ireland Executive is currently revising its Economic Strategy. What are the key factors it should take into consideration when carrying out this revision?
Employment & Labour Market
Reading Time: 3 minutes Northern Ireland (NI) was impacted heavily by the global recession that began in 2008. The recovery since has been slow in the United Kingdom (UK) and even slower in NI. With heavy job losses in
Reading Time: < 1 minute This visualisation provides a series of interactive graphs compiled by the Assembly’s Research and Information Service (RaISe), which offer a snapshot of government funding allocated to address key challenges arising from the effects of the
Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog article is the second of two providing updates on NI’s public finances: Update no.1 looks back to a number of recent developments. This article looks forward to what is coming over the weeks
Reading Time: 8 minutes The summer months are often quiet times for NI public finances. But, like so much else about 2020, this summer has been a little different. This blog article is the first of two providing updates