10 Irish republican prisoners including 27-year-old Bobby Sands starved to death in 1981 at the HM Prison Maze in Northern Ireland while on a hunger strike to protest the revoking of their status as political prisoners
Mairéad Farrell, a Sinn Féin member of Parliament in Ireland, talks about the political situation in the aftermath of the elections to the legislature in the North of Ireland
The UK parliament’s House of Lords voted overwhelmingly against key clauses of the government’s new Brexit bill, which breaches the existing exit treaty signed by the UK with the European Union earlier this year
The UK may have officially left the EU on January 31 but the divisions created during the process remain and many challenges lie ahead
The vote, which saw the worst performance of the Labour Party since 1934, is widely seen as a vote for Brexit
We talk about how the United Kingdom will look if viewed through the lens of Orientalism
Johnson’s plan, yet to be fully released, seems to do little to make the UK more protectionist and may lead to the dismantling of provisions safeguarding labor rights and environment in the country
The protesters claim that mining in the region will pollute the air and water with toxic chemicals
The Belfast Pride Parade marked the culmination of the Belfast Pride Festival and sought to highlight the rights that are still denied to the LGBTQ community in the region
In the first part of our interview with the national executive member of the Communist Party of Ireland, Jimmy Doran, we speak about a varied set of issues, ranging from reproductive rights, austerity policies of the government, to the question of Northern Ireland.
There seem to be no easy answers to the question of Brexit as May’s proposal is reviled by all
With the interests of the Irish people on both sides of the border at the mercy of the negotiating powers, rumblings of an Irish unification, which would have seemed far-fetched prior to Brexit, have been sounding in both the countries.