For the first time since the foundation of Northern Ireland, a nationalist/republican party with the expressed aim of a united Ireland is the largest...
Raging against the dying of the light: what the DUP’s predicament tells us about the state of unionism in Northern Ireland
"But on 5th May 2022, when Northern Ireland goes to the polls to elect representatives to its legislature, the DUP is expected to have its long shadow over Northern Irish politics substantially shortened. Polls have consistently shown the party’s leader – Sir Jeffery Donaldson – as the most unpopular of the Northern Irish political leaders, and the party has been embattled by resurgent intra-community political rivals."
"I want to be clear that this is not, and should not, be a political issue. Any government breaking, or threatening to break, laws should be held accountable regardless of their political affiliations."
"If this Bill goes through, if the Conservative party hurtles headlong into a no-deal Brexit, Lyra McKee will lose her status as the last victim of the Troubles."
"Covid-19 has, in many ways, been an endorsement, rather than an exposé, for the future of devolution."
"How can Northern Irish politicians claim to be “pro-life” while putting people’s lives at risk, forcing them to travel during a pandemic or else carry an unwanted and in some cases medically dangerous pregnancy?"
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20 years after the Good Friday Agreement was ratified by dual referenda, Peter Madden and Conleth Burns reflect on the journey travelled so far and the challenges ahead with former Permanent Secretary of the Northern Ireland Office, Sir Jonathan Phillips
Adam John Ellison questions whether we can ever truly close the door on Europe if it means carving up our own nation
Eimer McAuley celebrates the vibrancy of LGBTQ+ culture in Oxford after her childhood in Northern Ireland
Eimer McAuley argues that all must challenge the isolation and shame which exists as a result of Northern Ireland's abortion law
Daniel Xu discusses why the Conservatives should be wary of the DUP as their new political allies