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How the SBP revealed the testimony of Soldier 027

How the SBP revealed the testimony of Soldier 027

A chance meeting in the Caribbean led eventually to the establishment of the Saville Inquiry, which brought long-awaited answers and some justice for the relatives of the victims of Bloody Sunday

A short walk, but a long struggle

A short walk, but a long struggle

Fifty years ago this Friday, the North witnessed its first ever civil rights march: a four-mile walk from Coalisland to Dungannon in Co Tyrone. The protest lit the fuse for a firestorm of political tumult that has yet to fully play out

Anthony Foley: ‘Farewell, farewell, thou lands may meet  . . . my gaze’

Anthony Foley: ‘Farewell, farewell, thou lands may meet . . . my gaze’

Yes, big boys do cry, sometimes.

Apple: Poor Paddy gets a belt of the Brussels blackthorn

Apple: Poor Paddy gets a belt of the Brussels blackthorn

An EU commissioner, exuding authoritarian threat, has publicly put manners on us. Do we have to lie down and take it?

Muhammad Ali: A true heavyweight

Muhammad Ali: A true heavyweight

He was a larger than life character who was propelled onto the world stage

Can we allow another referendum like this?

Can we allow another referendum like this?

A referendum Yes campaign funded by €25 million from the US and complex arguments reduced to marketing slogans says little for the integrity and dignity of our democracy

British Elections: A kingdom far from united

British Elections: A kingdom far from united

It is no longer the Irish question that excites political debate in Britain, it is the Scottish question and the European question