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The republican leader on the path to Irish reunification and why Brexit has intensified the issue.
Backbenchers in the Commons have been reassured by Downing Street's latest move, but the legal reality remains unchanged.
Politicians agree a rewriting of policy would show “contempt” for Northern Ireland's people and businesses.
Should the SNP win an overall majority at next year’s Scottish election it will have an unarguable mandate for a second independence referendum.
With no actual data, the government fell foul of the “garbage in, garbage out” problem.
Claire Hanna, the SDLP MP for South Belfast and a family friend of John Hume, discusses the Nobel laureate’s legacy and argues that he created the “toolkit” that prevented a hard Brexit.
Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rae are joined on the New Statesman podcast by Claire Hanna MP.
The proposals would help eliminate childhood hunger and guarantee agricultural standards after Brexit.
How the crisis has exposed the fragile state of the Union and turned the UK government into a de facto government of England.
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.