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Those arguing for radical change inside the UK view Brexit as a moment of opportunity. But they must consider the connections that will replace political union too.
Northern Ireland's voters go to the polls for the fifth time in three years today.
But odds of agreement and a return to power sharing still look remote.
The prime minister has called a new round of talks to restore devolution for May – but in a month with two elections, big hurdles remain.
The murder of journalist Lyra Mckee magnifies growing support for dissident Republicanism among a generation of “ceasefire babies”.
The young investigative journalist was shot dead during rioting in Derry last night.
The Conservative party’s amnesia about Ireland stems not just from ignorance, but from a history of opposing the country’s independence.
Nigel Dodds says the party would sooner stay in the EU than accept Theresa May’s deal. If the union comes first, it’s one of the few Brexit outcomes that actually works.
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.