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Neil Wilson works in global corporate affairs from his home in Belfast.
A cynic might think that a degree of loyalist violence in Northern Ireland was all part of the Brexit calculation
Three books that each offer a traditional holiday-reading pleasure
With only two remaining members from the classic 70s lineup, a lot is riding on the band’s new album The Quest
Who benefits when experts on male violence are shown the door?
Why are publishers so sniffy about stocking fillers?
Beauty released by the singer’s larynx is met by plodding fingers on a monochrome keyboard
How government communications are in serious need of a reboot
Boris Johnson’s political skills have not deserted him
The nostalgia of live sport continues to live on
The Olympics have a weird and wonderful history
Notwithstanding our favourite WWII stories, derring-do doesn’t win wars