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    19th Feb'18 3
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    Achd nan Cànan Gàidhealach

    Thairis air na beagan mhìosan a chaidh seachad tha connspaid ann an Èirinn a Tuath air aire an t-sluaigh a tharraing, le buaidh ‘An Dream […]

    13th Feb'18 10
  • Commentary
    Mike Small 9th Jan'18 7
  • Brexit

    Something will turn up

    Wilkins Micawber and Theresa May have a lot in common. They both pin their faith on something turning up. “The DUP’s resistance to this fudge […]

    John S Warren 9th Dec'17 12
  • Brexit

    Arlene Foster Helps Both Ways

    To summarise then. Arlene Foster and the Irish Government have negotiated a soft-Brexit framework for the United Kingdom. Arlene Foster and the Irish Government may […]

    Oisin Murphy-Lawless 8th Dec'17 7
  • Brexit
    Oisin Murphy-Lawless 6th Dec'17 13
  • Brexit

    The Limits to Cakeism

    The Theresa May phoning SKY meme has hit hard. You know the one? “Hello, is that Sky? This is Theresa. I’d like to cancel my […]

    Mike Small 5th Dec'17 8
  • Brexit

    A Wake-Up Call

    Britain’s ignorance of Ireland is leading it blindly into crisis by Naomi O’Leary. Brexit has exposed profound ignorance, indifference, and retrograde beliefs towards Ireland in […]

    Naomi O'Leary 3rd Dec'17 48
  • Brexit

    Brexit and the art of Deflection

    A few days ago The European Union provided an “absolute deadline” in ten days, for Britain to improve progress on outstanding issues, before turning to […]

    John S Warren 28th Nov'17 56
  • Brexit

    Could Northern Ireland Burn Again?

    The year is 2017. There has been peace in the North for 20 years — violence on the margins. The IRA has stopped being a murder gang […]

    Gordon Guthrie 22nd Nov'17 11
  • Brexit

    The Subsidy Junkies

    The anti-Irish brigade is in full flight as the reality that the border issue is a serious one – with no clear resolution and possibly […]

    Mike Small 22nd Nov'17 10
  • Brexit

    On the Border

    That little Ireland can cause a hold up in the Brexit talks should put to bed the “too wee” arguments in Scotland argues Phil Mac Giolla […]

    Phil Mac Giolla Bhain 15th Nov'17 22
  • Brexit

    Brexit’s Irish Border Problem

    Those pesky Paddies. Just as the sunny Brexit uplands were coming into view, the Irish have thrown a spanner in the works. Dublin’s demands for […]

    Peter Geoghegan 13th Nov'17 18
  • Brexit

    Brexit’s Irish Problem

    “It is inconceivable that a vote for Brexit would not have a negative impact on the (Irish) Border, bringing cost and disruption to trade and […]

    Peter Geoghegan 4th Aug'17 5
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