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These are the questions on austerity, policy changes, devolution and Brexit that should underpin our domestic political coverage of the crisis.
Northern Ireland has a bright future, but it needs an inclusive, responsive vision for the Union that offers real benefits, as well as some careful infrastructure investment.
Julian Smith's dismissal as Northern Ireland secretary is being seen as inexplicable across Westminster – it isn’t.
At the first commemoration since a former British paratrooper was charged with two alleged murders, families spoke of their enduring anguish over the 1972 killings
Some 5,000 people have died by suicide in Northern Ireland in the 20 years since the Good Friday Agreement was signed.
After a chastening general election, the big two are returning to government. But might their problems only just be beginning?
The government is approaching the next phase of the Brexit talks with a series of irreconcilable objectives.
The nationalist party’s appointment of Westminster commentator and former civil servant Matthew O’Toole to its vacant seat in South Belfast says much about its ambition for the 2020s.
Nancy Astor is often remembered as the first female MP to take her seat. But it was the rebellious Irish MP Constance Markievicz, elected from her prison cell in London, who would reshape British politics.
We now have our second elected MP and are the third largest party across Northern Ireland: proof, once again, that people are rejecting the politics of the past.
The deputy leader of Northern Ireland’s cross-community Alliance party succeeds independent unionist Sylvia Hermon.