The British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly (BIPA) aims to promote co-operation between political representatives in Britain and Ireland for the benefit of the people they represent.
BIPA’s membership includes representatives from the UK Parliament, the Houses of the Oireachtas, the Scottish Parliament, the Northern Ireland Assembly, the Welsh Assembly, the High Court of Tynwald (Isle of Man) and the States of Guernsey and Jersey. The Assembly was established in 1990.
Recent press releases
17 May 2019, 15.56
BIPA Committee B on European Affairs expresses concern that Brexit uncertainty is resulting in significant contingency costs for Irish operators
13 May 2019, 09.36
British Irish Parliamentary Assembly opens with emphasis on climate action measures
10 May 2019, 14.02
British Irish Parliamentary Assembly to meet in Druid’s Glen, Wicklow