Colin Murphy’s new play, A Day In May, harks back to the liberating moment of gay marriage being legalised in Ireland. This week, it will be staged in Belfast – a city where, in the old days, veteran gay activists like Jeffrey Dudgeon needed all their wits and courage to survive
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The former justice minister Alan Shatter has said claims that Enda Kenny told Facebook he would l...
Is poverty a problem or not? What can we do about it, if anything? It may help to think of this in terms of five conventional responses to the issue