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Jan
4
Brexit - revolution or slow burn?
Posted by on 04 January 2020 10:43 AM
So this is what a revolution feels like. This is how a geopolitical rupture plays out. This is how history is made - not written - made.
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Dec
30
The phenomenon that is social media
Posted by on 30 December 2019 10:32 AM
Augmented reality for dating, platforms for political voices and #MeToo - how social media - unimaginable 20 years ago - has become ingrained in our lives.
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Dec
23
Beyond Brexit: The big business stories of 2019
Posted by on 23 December 2019 08:00 AM
It may have felt as though Brexit was the only thing in the business bulletins this year - but an awful lot more happened beyond Boris and the backstop.
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Dec
20
Legacy of the economic crash still being felt in 2019
Posted by on 20 December 2019 03:12 PM
In the early years of this decade during the depths of the crash, Philip Lane (then an economics professor in Trinity) was a regular source of mine for guidance through the crazy spiral in which the country found itself.
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Dec
20
Hard to avoid the 'B' word in southeast - 2019
Posted by on 20 December 2019 12:00 PM
It's been a year when it was hard to avoid the 'B' word. Even in the southeast of Ireland.
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