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'There are good and bad days': Are Anglo-Irish relations worse now than during Brexit negotiations?
More direct links with Wales and north England are planned to improve Anglo-Irish ties post-Brexit.
Wielding a gun with no ammunition: The UK, the EU and the battle over the Northern Ireland Protocol
It hasn’t gone away, you know.
Opinion: We know how little Ireland counts in Westminster - but UK relations still matter
The Fianna Fáil MEP for Dublin argues that despite current Conservative Party ideologies being bad for Ireland, relations must be maintained.
Open thread: Has Brexit changed how you think of Britain?
We want to hear if the past five years have had an impact on how you see Ireland’s nearest neighbours.
A year into Ireland's post-Brexit relationship with Britain, what can we expect in 2022?
The next cycle of The Good Information Project from The Journal will look at the post-Brexit relationships between Ireland, the UK and the EU.
Weathering the storm: Where does Ireland go from here on climate change?
We’ve spent the last six weeks diving into the climate crisis at The Good Information Project.
'We've made tough decisions': How Bord na Móna became worth €1.25 billion in less than two years
The company has radically changed in a short amount of time. But how did they do it? And at what cost?
Factfind: Which countries produce the most CO2 emissions?
China tops the list based purely on the number of tonnes of CO2 produced. But there are other things to consider too.
Watch our LIVE event: What must Ireland and Europe do to tackle climate change?
The Good Information Project’s sold-out public event in Athlone on climate change & COP26 kicks off at 7pm.
Ireland has big targets for wind energy - but getting there won't be a breeze
Almost one third of Ireland’s electricity comes from wind generation, with just 8% coming from fossil fuels like coal and oil.
Watch: The climate crisis and COP26 - Open Newsroom
As we approach the COP26 summit we look at what role Ireland and the EU will play in the talks
The people trying to rewild Ireland, bit by bit, after years of neat, cut grass
“Everyone used to have neat cut borders and straight edges on everything, now people are much more relaxed about how they’re letting their garden grow.”
Helping or hurting? The reality and the politics of migration in the EU
The Good Information Project has looked at the global policy issue of migration through the lens of Ireland and the EU.
Why The Telegraph's 2014 front page on Labour, UKIP and immigration was my worst nightmare
Looking back at his time with the Labour Party in the UK as UKIP was emerging, Kevin Cunningham analyses how and why anti-immigration politics have almost uniquely failed to take hold in Ireland.
What led to the 2019 Fine Gael MEP migration vote?
In October 2019, 290 MEPs voted against resuming search and rescue efforts in the Mediterranean. Four were Fine Gael MEPs. What was behind that vote?
'We are not meant to be doing this, we need to do this because people are crossing and dying'
Unless the EU changes its policy approach, migrants will continue “to die and end up in a watery grave in the Mediterranean”, charities have warned.
What can we learn about how Britain has treated migrant workers post-Brexit?
The first shockwaves of Brexit are beginning to emerge following the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Undocumented in Ireland fear being excluded from imminent regularisation scheme
An open letter was sent to Justice Minister Heather Humphries today calling for the scope of the scheme to be widened.
Less than a third of people in Ireland would take a trip to space - even if it was free
The Ireland Thinks/Good Information Project poll turned up some interesting answers.
Poll: Satisfaction with public transport is concentrated almost entirely within Dublin
77% of Dubliners feel their area is well serviced by public transport – but in the midlands, 78% feel the exact opposite.
Could it work here? Sacramento announces radical new plan to tackle homelessness
Californians “are becoming homeless faster than we can get people the help they need,” says mayor Darrell Steinberg. Here, Seána Glennon examines his proposal.