Brexit Resources

As part of the library service's ongoing commitment to continual improvement and enhancing services to library users, we have developed the first of a series of library guides which pull all our resources on a single subject together. The first of these concerns BREXIT.

In this guide you will find information in a variety of formats, all just one click away:

Library Brexit Resources


The links below will take you directly to the library catalogue record of this book. From here you can place a request to borrow it or you can email us directly with the author and title and we will send it out to you.


The links below will take you directly to the article/paper on Brexit.

Northern Ireland Assembly

The Research and Information Service of the Northern Ireland Assembly have compiled the following reading lists on Brexit and Northern Ireland.  The original 'Brexit and Northern Ireland: a reading list' is a comprehensive list of information resources which have been published following the referendum result and the triggering of Article 50. 'Brexit transition and Northern Ireland: a reading list' is a new list which focuses specifically on the transition period.

House of Commons Library Papers

Legal Databases

The library in Victoria Hall has a range of legal databases such as Lexis and Westlaw which may help staff doing research on legislation, as well as case law and legal journals.


If you are looking for up to date statutes and Statutory Rules you may find Lexis and Barry Valentine's Laws of Northern Ireland useful.

Idox Information Service

The Idox Information Service is the most complete and accessible public and social policy library in the UK and has a range of books, articles and reports on the subject of Brexit. They have also produced a report which provides a collection of articles exploring the role of, and implications for, the island of Ireland in the Brexit process.

Other Resources

If you need to keep up with the developments of the Brexit negotiations, there are a number of licences available to staff to access the following resources. Please contact us for more information.

  • Financial Times Online
  • Economist Online

Please contact us for more information on any of these resources. Email us at