I grew up in a majority Protestant area in Belfast, and only know a few words of Irish. But I love it all the same.
Your questions answered.
All sides can agree on what words to say, but differ over what those words mean in practice.
It's certainly possible.
The question that the British government can't answer.
The Prime Minister's Florence speech had nothing to say on an issue that could wreck the Brexit talks, her premiership, or both.
All government expenditure has to clear the legislature.
There is no easy option for Northern Ireland after Brexit.
The DUP's £1.5bn agreement with Theresa May has changed the balance of political risk.
Attempts to water down reproductive rights encouraged pro-choice MPs to organise.
Its seven MPs are much less sympathetic to Corbyn's party than popularly imagined, and won't ever take their seats.