Theresa May is right about one thing – it’s time politicians worked together

by Martin Fellenz, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour, School of Business Brexit increasingly looks like a train crash in slow motion. Watching the British parliament going through consecutive Brexit votes, however, only to end up back where it started, is more like an ever repeating loop of the moments just before and after impact. If […]

Leo Varadkar’s coalition government holds remarkably stable in face of Brexit

Opinion piece published by ‘The Conversation’ by Gail McElroy, Professor in Political Science, Trinity College Dublin On paper, Theresa May and Leo Varadkar have much in common politically. Ideologically centre-right, both the British prime minister and Irish premier (Taoiseach) head minority governments that rest on precarious confidence and supply agreements. But Varadkar is in a […]

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