Voices from the regions: Brexit impact along the Irish border

Pro Remain protesters demonstrate in central London, Britain, 11 December 2018 after British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to postpone the Brexit deal Meaningful Vote, due to risk of rejection from Members of Parliament. [Neil Hall/EPA]

On 29 March, the United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union. EURACTIV.com’s on-the-ground reporting looks into the effects of Brexit on EU regions and, in particular, its implications for the relationship between Northern Ireland and Ireland.

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