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Andrew McKinley has an interest in philosophy and politics. He writes from Co. Down and is found on twitter at @McKinleyAn
Ulster’s 100 not out stand
No one wants to own Boris’s Northern Ireland Protocol
Andrew McKinley reviews Robert Lynch’s ‘The Partition of Ireland 1918-1925’
Is philosophy even within reach of conservatives?
The short stories of the long nineteenth century through the lens of Covid-19
When it comes to booking a holiday abroad, we need to protect our right to take risks and make our own decisions
Confessions of a bibliomaniac in the South Atlantic
Paul Hindemith’s music is extremely well-made, intelligent, civilised, and moderately witty — so why has it all but vanished?
Christopher North speaks to the fearless Andrés Roca Rey, Peru’s first bull fighting star
The climaxes are sensational, some of the strongest music Penderecki ever created; we may never see its like again
Where were all the free-speech warriors when a Labour candidate sent an antisemitic tweet?
The Speaker isn’t going to take it anymore – not from Boris at any rate.
Washington’s new family-friendly consensus doesn’t run as deep as it appears
I’m shocked, shocked to find that lobbying is going on in here! adds Boris