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Recent political posturing isn’t about peace – it’s about the selfish aims of the PM and the DUP
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Northern Ireland has changed – and unionism has been left behind. But if the party can’t dominate, it won’t participate
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As a younger generation leaves the old sectarian divisions behind, new political alliances are forming
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Young people born since the Good Friday Agreement are ditching traditional identity labels and demanding action on...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionOn the Twelfth, Northern Ireland returns to its past. But its future looks different
Though bonfires, burning effigies and cries of ‘No surrender’ suggest the 17th century, Northern Ireland is...
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: InvestigationRevealed: ‘Alternative Irish border’ Brexit lobbyist in fresh conflict of interest row
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Published in: openDemocracyUKThe left should think more carefully before defending the Good Friday Agreement
The fact that the ultra-conservative Brexiters are out to get the Belfast Agreement doesn’t mean progressives should...