The murder of a group of musicians at a bogus checkpoint shines light on Irish border disputes in a new documentary.
To say otherwise denies not just history, but life as it is lived. If you need proof, have a St Patrick's Day pint.
47 years after Bloody Sunday, the single prosecution of a former British soldier vindicated families’ long campaign.
Far from being neutral peacekeepers, a new documentary exposes the involvement of British security members in civilian murders during the Troubles.
Bradley’s job is more or less unique among Cabinet roles in that the language used to communicate points of policy is just as important, if not more important, as the meat of the policy itself.
Pat Finucane was murdered in his kitchen 30 years ago by paramilitaries under the watch of the British state. His death shines a light on the UK’s collusion during the Troubles.
Britain may have forgotten the past, but across the Irish Sea, the troubled relationship – from the Great Famine to the War of Independence – still shapes attitudes.
The importance of maintaining the status quo in Northern Ireland isn't an afterthought but a necessity, says Dave Prentis.
In January 1972 on the streets of Londonderry British paratroopers shot 14 unarmed civilians dead. Now a reckoning is finally upon them.
Labour is ignoring a profound change in Northern Ireland politics that could impact its chances of forming a government in a hung parliament.
Digital borders already exist. But frictionless borders depend on trust, not surveillance.