A church service marking Northern Ireland’s centenary has stirred up debate. But amid the past few years’ tensions, the island’s Christian leaders have coordinated closely.
The British government’s plans to grant amnesty for Troubles-related crimes has drawn widespread opposition in Ireland.
There’s little good faith left in the UK government’s handling of the Northern Ireland protocol
Northern Ireland’s Orange Order will take to the streets on July 12 to commemorate a Protestant military victory. A scholar explains why this year the risk of unrest is heightened.
Social media has played a central role in the mobilisation of violent protests in Northern Ireland. Here’s how to follow along responsibly.
What started out as a community project with local schoolchildren has garnered an official endorsement and countless memes. It has also sparked a national conversation
With the resignation of shortlived DUP leader Edwin Poots, unionism in Northern Ireland is in turmoil.
Tensions over a possible ‘sausage war’ between the UK and EU are brewing. How will leaders solve this Brexit-imposed trade dispute?
Despite a new legal framework for abortion services, many women still travel to other parts of the UK to have an abortion.
A tiny group of people will select the man to lead Arlene Foster’s party following her resignation. But, bizarrely, it might be that neither becomes first minister.
Nicola Sturgeon wants Scotland out, Boris Johnson hopes to hold it all together and Mark Drakeford believes in the best of both worlds.
Why would a group of people decide to spend months and years living semi-naked in squalid conditions?
An incoherent Brexit policy has ended the DUP leader's career – but her party can't pretend they didn't giver her full support.
The spectre of the Troubles provides fertile drama for cop shows.
Loyalist groups stand accused of encouraging young people to riot. Research suggests paramilitary groups do continue to wield significant power in certain areas of Northern Ireland.
Brexit is only the latest episode of cynicism and scaremongering at the top of unionism
Brexit has reopened an old battle over Northern Irish identity, leading to clashes in the street. Scores have been injured in the troubled UK territory’s worst outbreak of violence in decades.
A year since the law was changed, women were still not getting access to abortion services.
The different responses to group gatherings among unionist and republican communities has caused upset.
An ill-advised threat from Brussels has heightened tensions over border checks.