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Apr08
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08 April 2021

The Route to the UK Shared Prosperity Fund: Is it the Way Forward?

When the UK left the European Union, it left behind access to EU structural funding beyond 2020. Locally this is a loss of around £600 million per year. In the last few weeks, the UK Government launched its response - the UK Community Renewal Fund—a one-year pilot of distributing £220 million and which is meant to inform the design of the much-heralded UK Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF).

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Dec01
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01 December 2020

Engagement in a post-Brexit world: Five key takeaways

We’ve seen deadlines come and go before. Brexit observers will remember only too well the high-noon deadlines of EU summits, extensions, ‘flextensions’ (remember those?) and various attempts to both ‘intensify’ and ‘dedramatise’ negotiations, that dominated late 2018 and much of 2019.

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Oct13
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13 October 2020

NI's magic money tree? Budgets explained

In these times of extreme financial challenge as more and more money is required to deal with the effects of the Coronavirus, many will be wondering where exactly the magic money tree is located, and if it can bear enough fruit to see us through to the day we can consign COVID-19 to the history books.

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