Following her much debated piece last year, Rachel Watters looks at Sinn Féin’s positions on Repeal and Choice ahead of next year’s referendum on the 8th.
As Catalonia is expected to declare independence any day now, Connor Hogan looks back at the period of violence that marked the referendum, as Spain’s Guardia Civil attacked voters in a referendum, and the EU’s silence in the wake of it.
As Communicorp bans all Irish Times Journalists from appearing on its programming, Tyler McNally revisits the George Hook controversy and builds upon his previous claim that this is about power, not free speech.
Conor McFall looks at Corbynism and the difficulties it may face in the coming period.
Belfast City Centre will be the site of large demonstrations on October 1st as public sector workers and activists will gather to publicly vent their frustration at continued cutbacks to […]
Ahead of Today’s protest against the introduction of the dreaded ‘Rape Clause’ to Child Tax Credit applications, Elaine Crory talks to TLR about how for women in NI – it only adds to current difficulties.
Tyler McNally argues that the real danger to freedom of speech isn’t those demanding Hook’s sacking, but the people who hired him in the first place.