Kevin Meagher is associate editor of Labour Uncut and a former special adviser at the Northern Ireland office.
There is no easy option for Northern Ireland after Brexit.
The wind is in Sinn Féin's sails. But both parties have to work together after the poll.
The Democratic Unionist Party's scandal could prove embarrassing for a UK government in need of parliamentary votes.
A new generation of republicans are impatient with Sinn Fein.
The age-old bid for a unified Ireland is now wearing utilitarian clothes.
The Hillsborough families have their vindication – the family of Patrick Finucane deserves answers too.
Too many people - not least the British government - have an incentive for the truth to stay buried, says Kevin Meagher.
Labour's last election-winner's post-Prime Ministerial career should trouble the chillaxing Cameron, says Kevin Meagher.
Northern Ireland is in crisis. The Prime Minister needs to knock some heads together, says Kevin Meagher.
The veteran MP's Northern Irish associations have been put under the spotlight - but its overhyped, argues Kevin Meagher.