Owen Polley

Owen Polley is a writer and commentator based in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Protocol looms over Ulster politics as the Nationalists threaten to upend business as usual in Belfast

The nationalist party may triumph in the Stormont elections, but it could prove a hollow victory

24 years on the treaty may be on the verge of collapse

The Irish republican movement’s dark history of sexual abuse and cover-up

If UK ministers are not at liberty to defend the Union, then Northern Ireland is not genuinely British

Despite all the evidence, the UK assumes that the EU is acting in good faith

The new Ireland dislikes Unionists as much as the old one

The chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland is more interested in pandering than effective policing

”Unionist” Keir Starmer seems to assume the UK’s role in Ulster is that of a glorified referee

Arlene Foster’s coulda, woulda, shoulda leadership of the DUP