The border across the island of Ireland is to become the only direct frontier with Europe, which is a major political problem.
Scotland's failure to meet target illustrate a worldwide problem - the right to adequate heating and energy is not being properly recognised.
The EU is tightening security on its own borders.
A recent Australian high court case has highlighted a problem that also exists in UK and Ireland.
Many in Australia look to the use of the referendum in Ireland as an example of how its marriage equality debate might be resolved. But what worked well in Ireland might be very damaging in Australia.
To achieve independence, history says you should play a long game.
Australian companies could fall foul of the same state aid rules being applied to Apple to crack down on tax avoidance.
Irish tax case shows the real cost of competition – our democracy.
After voting to remain in the EU by 11 points, Northern Ireland must work out where its interests lie – and how best to defend them.
A surprising level of anti-EU sentiment among unionists should be on Remain's radar.
The Northern Ireland peace process will not implode on a Brexit, but the EU has done a lot to help it along.
Legal highs are now illegal in the the UK but why has it taken so long for the law to be changed?
We often overlook how languages gets caught in political crossfire - and not only in relation to Muslims.
The home secretary has announced that the threat of terrorism related to Northern Ireland is now highly likely in Britain.
Irish immigrants and their descendants played a leading part in the Easter Rising of 1916 and Ireland's subsequent rebellion. But the inspiration worked in the other direction as well.
For 100 years, the Easter Rising has occupied center stage in the memory making of republican Ireland. But the role of Irish soldiers in World War I had been all but forgotten -- until now.
Often it has been Ireland’s writers and artists that have called out the hopes and failures of national politics, holding the polity to account in the culture.
Irish participation in World War I has been surrounded by a form of “collective amnesia” – largely because of the part the war played in the Easter Rising.
About 250 women appear to have taken part in 1916's Easter Rising.
The big vote is not just for Brits – which might be a surprise to some people.