QUB’s Professor of Green Political Economy John Barry discusses the myths surrounding state debt and financing.
TLR Founder Tyler McNally argues that we need to focus on building a united, anti-sectarian campaign against fascism across the North – and go beyond just smashing tables in Belfast City Centre.
As Green Party members North and South debate the proposed plan for coalition with Fine Gael and Fianna Fail: Michael Rafferty walks us through the problems at the heart of the plan, and urges Greens to reject it.
As concerns grows over political policing of protests, an eager Stormont Executive is keen to reopen the economy, and ignoring workers and their unions in the process. TLR’s Tyler McNally asks you which side You are on.
Fresh from attending Wednesday’s protest, Belfast based Writer & Playwright Joseph Nawaz talks about his experiences growing up in Belfast.
A Statement from local campaign group “End Deportations Belfast”
As Queen’s University Students’ Union prepares for its annual election of SU Student Officers, Grian Ní Dhaimhín talks to The Last Round about the issues Students are facing, what isn’t being done and why QUBSU Students should support her bid to become SU President.
Starting our latest run of episodes; Tyler McNally & Conor McFall discuss Brexit strategy, Labour’s potential election hopes and misgivings as well as what it all could like in Northern Ireland.
TLR’s Tyler McNally argues that the groundwork is being laid for future optimism in Northern Ireland
Following the DUP’s lack of engagement with the occupying Shipyard workers at Harland & Wolff, Conor McFall asks why the DUP are committed to irrelevance.