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3 edition of Social economy in Northern Ireland:, Thursday 29 April 2004(Westminster). found in the catalog.

Social economy in Northern Ireland:, Thursday 29 April 2004(Westminster).

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Northern Ireland Grand Committee.

Social economy in Northern Ireland:, Thursday 29 April 2004(Westminster).

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Northern Ireland Grand Committee.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


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SeriesParliamentary debates
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Open LibraryOL16180007M
ISBN 100215254309
OCLC/WorldCa316495176

His latest production is a three-volume study called A Treatise on Northern Ireland, published by Oxford University Press, which has been positively reviewed in the Dublin Review of Books, the Irish News, and the Irish Times. In April it received the James S. Donnelly Sr. best book prize in History and Social Science of the American.   Northern Ireland is home to a political battle similar to the debate over gay rights going on in US states like Indiana. Same-sex marriage remains outlawed in Northern Ireland.

  In Ireland, the Brexit crisis has been the key issue due to the future its border with the British-ruled province of Northern Ireland, a key sticking . Abstract. The United Kingdom’s (UK) “Brexit” referendum on 23 June has raised in Northern Ireland the expectation of transformative social, political and economic change, including a return to the open hostilities that marked the region from to

  Northern Irish political leader, Nobel Laureate John Hume Search. 30/07/ Euro area unemployment at %. In June , the month when COVID containment measures started being phased out in most Member States, the euro area seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was %, up from % in May


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Despite the negative image of Northern Ireland held in many foreign countries, on account of the Troubles, tourism is an important part of the Northern Irish economy. Intourism revenue rose 7% to £m, or over 1% of the local economy, on the back of a rise of 4% in total visits to m in the cy: Pound sterling (GBP£).

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