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New York Post
Brexit might not actually mean Brexita long way down the road and it may never happen,” said Gavin Barrett, an exper
Brexit might not actually mean Brexit
New York Post / Posted yesterday
a long way down the road and it may never happen,” said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. The path to a second referendum in Britain is far narrower, in part because — unlike in Ireland —... Read more
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Brandon Sun
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavea long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an exper
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
a long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. The path to a second referendum in Britain is far narrower, in part because — unlike in Ireland —... Read more
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Philly.com
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavea long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an exper
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
a long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. The path to a second referendum in Britain is far narrower, in part because - unlike in Ireland -... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavea long way down the road and it may never happen,” said Gavin Barrett, an exper
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
Hindustantimes.com / Posted yesterday
a long way down the road and it may never happen,” said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. The path to a second referendum in Britain is far narrower, in part because — unlike in Ireland —... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leavea long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an exper
How the UK could remain in the EU despite a vote to leave
News 24 South Africa / Posted yesterday
a long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. The path to a second referendum in Britain is far narrower, in part because - unlike in Ireland -... Read more
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The Economic Times
How UK could remain in EU despite a vote to leavea long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an exper
How UK could remain in EU despite a vote to leave
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
a long way down the road and it may never happen," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. The path to a second referendum in Britain is far narrower, in part because - unlike in Ireland -... Read more
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The Financial Express
Brexit – What does no mean? How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit,” said Gavin Barrett, a
Brexit – What does no mean? How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
The Financial Express / Posted 2 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit,” said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. ”I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, `Do you really want this?”’ The... Read more
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Brandon Sun
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, a
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
Brandon Sun / Posted 3 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. "I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, 'Do you really want this?'" The... Read more
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The Economic Times
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, a
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. "I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, 'Do you really want this?'" The... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, a
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 3 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. "I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, 'Do you really want this?'" The... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, a
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 3 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. "I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, 'Do you really want this?'" The... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, a
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 3 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. "I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, 'Do you really want this?'" The... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, a
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 3 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. "I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, 'Do you really want this?'" The... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leavepolitical space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, a
How the UK could remain in the EU even if it votes to leave
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 3 days ago
political space for a government to back out of an exit," said Gavin Barrett, an expert on European constitutional law at University College Dublin. "I think a case could be made for a second referendum asking, 'Do you really want this?'" The... Read more
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PhysOrg
Understanding rogue ocean waves may be simple after allJune 21 in the journal Scientific Reports. The work was done by researchers at
Understanding rogue ocean waves may be simple after all
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
June 21 in the journal Scientific Reports. The work was done by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, University College Dublin, and the Institut FEMTO-ST CNRS-Université de Franche-Comté. "We saw similar wave behaviors at all... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ecotherapy: when your prescription is a walk in the woodsprogramme, participants share a meal to celebrate their achievements. Last yea
Ecotherapy: when your prescription is a walk in the woods
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
programme, participants share a meal to celebrate their achievements. Last year the project was evaluated by the HSE and University College Dublin, which found that participants improved their mood by 75 per cent and sleep by 66 per cent; in... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Lives of Daniel Binchy: Irish Scholar, Diplomat, Public Intellectual by Tom Garvin reviewgeneration in tones of great respect”. This interest remained dormant until Ga
The Lives of Daniel Binchy: Irish Scholar, Diplomat, Public Intellectual by Tom Garvin review
The Irish Times / Posted 7 days ago
generation in tones of great respect”. This interest remained dormant until Garvin retired from the chair of politics in University College Dublin in 2008, when he began to fully realise not just the stature of Binchy as a scholar but his... Read more
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RTE News
Atlantic Bridge announces €60m fund for collegesBridge Fund will accelerate the commercialisation of ground breaking research g
Atlantic Bridge announces €60m fund for colleges
RTE News / Posted 8 days ago
Bridge Fund will accelerate the commercialisation of ground breaking research generated at Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin and all third level research institutions. It will provide capital and expertise for scaling... Read more
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Scotsman
Conor Sammon: Hearts want to challenge Celticleague goalscorer John Robertson, at the time the Derry City manager, who spott
Conor Sammon: Hearts want to challenge Celtic
Scotsman / Posted 9 days ago
league goalscorer John Robertson, at the time the Derry City manager, who spotted his early potential and signed him from University College Dublin. Although he left the club soon after, Robbo had no qualms about recommending Sammon to another... Read more
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Irish Examiner
UCC, Trinity, and UCD on ‘innovative’ university listuniversities. The Quad at UCC, which ranked 74th on Reuters' list. Trinity Co
UCC, Trinity, and UCD on ‘innovative’ university list
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
universities. The Quad at UCC, which ranked 74th on Reuters' list. Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, and University College Dublin have made a list of institutes which are “doing the most to advance science, invent new... Read more
11d
Channel NewsAsia
Potentially abusive behavior may be common among family caregiversserious harmful future psychological and physical abusive behaviors,” lead rese
Potentially abusive behavior may be common among family caregivers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 days ago
serious harmful future psychological and physical abusive behaviors,” lead researcher Attracta Lafferty, a researcher at University College Dublin School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems in Ireland, told Reuters Health by email. Often,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
World's first omega 3 CHICKEN goes on sale in the UK tomorrowthe price tag, the health boosting meat could “revolutionise” the nation’s diet
World's first omega 3 CHICKEN goes on sale in the UK tomorrow
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
the price tag, the health boosting meat could “revolutionise” the nation’s diet. Patrick Wall, Professor of Public Health, University College Dublin said: “This is actually going to revolutionise nutrition. The idea that you can make an everyday... Read more
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Boston Herald
Boston Public Library names new presidentand services. Leonard holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Mathematics a
Boston Public Library names new president
Boston Herald / Posted 11 days ago
and services. Leonard holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Mathematics and a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from the University College Dublin. He originally came to Boston for post graduate work in the Philosophy doctoral program at Boston... Read more
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birminghammail
A reason for fans to get excited? Claudine Keane to be at Villa Park on Saturdayto Debenhams. But not just a pretty face, the blonde beauty also has a first c
A reason for fans to get excited? Claudine Keane to be at Villa Park on Saturday
birminghammail / Posted 11 days ago
to Debenhams. But not just a pretty face, the blonde beauty also has a first class degree in Economics and Finances from University College Dublin. However, her career has taken a backseat in recent years as Claudine has put her roles as mother... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Sports analytics platform wins UCD commercialisation awardpost-match sports performance analytics for individuals, teams and organisation
Sports analytics platform wins UCD commercialisation award
techcentral.ie / Posted 12 days ago
post-match sports performance analytics for individuals, teams and organisations, has been named overall winner of the University College Dublin (UCD) Insight Innovation Sprint award. The UCD Insight Innovation Sprint Programme, an initiative... Read more
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Boston Globe
Choice for Boston Public Library president declines offerconsulting field. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and mathematics an
Choice for Boston Public Library president declines offer
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
consulting field. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and mathematics and a master’s degree in philosophy from University College Dublin. Globe reporter Evan Allen contributed to this report. Meghan E. Irons can be reached at... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Mackie: Plenty of salt in food before you add anyis on average between 8 and 10 g/day." Medscape concluded the story with an as
Mackie: Plenty of salt in food before you add any
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 17 days ago
is on average between 8 and 10 g/day." Medscape concluded the story with an associated editorial from Dr Eoin O'Brien -University College Dublin, Ireland - (who) writes, "given the dependency of so many physiological systems on the sodium... Read more
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The Irish Times
Teenagers offered ‘fun’ taster of media careersa new summer media course that offers a “broad overview of the communications i
Teenagers offered ‘fun’ taster of media careers
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
a new summer media course that offers a “broad overview of the communications industry” over a five-day period at University College Dublin (UCD). The course, which runs at UCD’s Belfield campus from July 4th to July 8th, is divided into... Read more
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iol.co.za
Lancet blasted over ‘bad science’ studyintake.” The Lancet also published a commentary about the study by Eoin O'Brie
Lancet blasted over ‘bad science’ study
iol.co.za / Posted 24 days ago
intake.” The Lancet also published a commentary about the study by Eoin O'Brien, a professor of molecular pharmacology at University College Dublin, who anticipated the row. “When apparent dogma is challenged, we should speak not of controversy... Read more
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Farming Life
‘Doubling grassland yields is achievable’be the dairy industry’s frontline response to challenging milk prices, accordin
‘Doubling grassland yields is achievable’
Farming Life / Posted 26 days ago
be the dairy industry’s frontline response to challenging milk prices, according Dr Finbarr Mulligan, a senior lecturer at University College Dublin’s Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine. “Grass is the cheapest feed that can be offered... Read more
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The Irish Times
Churchill & Ireland by Paul Bew review: close but no cigarrequirements and calculations invariably dragged him back. Diarmaid Ferriter i
Churchill & Ireland by Paul Bew review: close but no cigar
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
requirements and calculations invariably dragged him back. Diarmaid Ferriter is professor of modern Irish history at University College Dublin. His book A Nation and Not a Rabble: The Irish Revolution 1913-23 is published in paperback by... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish emigrant identity: ‘In my family there are nine nationalities’as Anglo-Irish; he went to boarding school – first in Co Wicklow, then at Glens
Irish emigrant identity: ‘In my family there are nine nationalities’
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
as Anglo-Irish; he went to boarding school – first in Co Wicklow, then at Glenstal – followed by degrees in philosophy at University College Dublin and the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and a diploma in Jungian psychoanalysis... Read more
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The Irish Times
Nothing radical: the rebuilding of Dublindid it, you’ll probably think differently about it.” More Than Concrete Blocks
Nothing radical: the rebuilding of Dublin
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
did it, you’ll probably think differently about it.” More Than Concrete Blocks is published by Dublin City Council with University College Dublin and Four Courts Press. The Conflict and the City conference takes place at Liberty Hall, Dublin, on... Read more
29d
The Irish Times
Irish author wins Florida Keys Flash Fiction Contest and stay in Hemingway’s homeBelgium and the Holy See. She is also a niece of the poet and diplomat, Denis D
Irish author wins Florida Keys Flash Fiction Contest and stay in Hemingway’s home
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
Belgium and the Holy See. She is also a niece of the poet and diplomat, Denis Devlin. After studying Arabic and English at University College, Dublin, she worked and travelled extensively abroad before settling in Cork with her husband and their... Read more
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The Irish Times
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin is new Ireland Professor of PoetryAn Chomhairle Ealaíon, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Trinity College Du
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin is new Ireland Professor of Poetry
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
An Chomhairle Ealaíon, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, Queen’s University Belfast and University College Dublin to celebrate the exceptional contribution of Irish poets to the world of literature. The Chair is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh: The man who holds the keys at Ireland’s ‘gateway’ carrierBritish Airways, Iberia and Vueling. Career: Kavanagh began working at check-in
Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh: The man who holds the keys at Ireland’s ‘gateway’ carrier
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
British Airways, Iberia and Vueling. Career: Kavanagh began working at check-in 27 years ago while studying for a BComm in University College Dublin. After his education he moved to head office, where he worked with Alan Joyce, now head of Qantas,... Read more
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