The last three weeks were always going to come to one conclusion… Political Stalemate. The Northern Ireland Secretary… Read more Facing the Inevitable | Political Stalemate
Ultimately, McGuiness was an IRA Commander, yet without him, there is little doubt that we would not have the peace process that we have today.
The Secretary of State has warned that the failure of the major parties to form an Executive could result in… Read more The Change in Stormont
Artwork by Amanda Allen Niday, and can be viewed here If you can, then join the strike. I have a post… Read more 10 Things You Should Do On International Women’s Day
The discovery of “significant quantities” of human remains in County Galway comes as yet another horror of the saga of… Read more Ireland’s Dark Side | The Remains at Tuam
Come rain or shine, the #March4Women organised by CARE made its way from City Hall across Tower Bridge to the Tower of London.
During yesterday’s Conservative Political Action Conference, Kellyanne Conway attempted to portray her opinion on feminism, and what she views as… Read more The Definition of Feminism – A Response to Kellyanne Conway
First came the march, then came the strike. The Women’s March on Washington, the day after Trump’s inauguration, became an… Read more March 8th, 2017 – A Day Without A Woman
I’m one of the fortunate members of the generation who have no memory of the “borders of the past”,… Read more A Return to the Borders of the Past?
Ten years have passed since the historic moment when Martin McGuinness, a man who is Republican to his bones and… Read more Direct Rule or Formal Opposition? The storm that has finally hit Stormont