Exclusive Red C poll: A united Ireland, but at what cost?

Elaine Byrne: Establishing the truth about the 3,269 murders of the Troubles will always be in the public interest

John Walsh: Unionists should be careful what they wish for

Lucinda Creighton: Why it’s not in Johnson’s interest to accept the EU’s Brexit olive branch

Deirdre Heenan: Donaldson’s echoing of the voice of hysteria smacks of desperation

Elaine Byrne: We owe it to Martin O’Hagan to seek the uncomfortable truth of his murder

Martin Mansergh: Higgins deserves respect for his brave and laudable decision

Government fearful that Higgins controversy poses threat to relations with North

Deirdre Heenan: Plenty of fury and bluster, but nothing new from Donaldson

Donaldson threatens to collapse Stormont executive over NI protocol

Deirdre Heenan: Donaldson leading from a distance rather than from the front

Deirdre Heenan: ‘Ordinary soldier’ Beattie must lead UUP into battle with DUP

Deirdre Heenan: The protocol is the only real option, despite Britain’s fantasy protests

Coveney appeals to British not to act unilaterally on amnesty

Editorial: Amnesty for Troubles atrocities breaks international accords and puts peace process at risk

John Walsh: Hardcore loyalists march to the beat of a different drum

Irish government opposes British plan for Troubles amnesty

Deirdre Heenan: Donaldson finally claims the crown, but does he have a plan?

Cathal Mac Coille: Political clumsiness aside, we need to talk about Irish unity