Ireland

Ronan McGreevy plumbs new depths with his pitiful accounting of a great man’s death

You can’t back a “United Ireland” whilst condemning “Greater Hungary”

How gender identity theory has become embedded in Irish society

The undiscovered 19th century wonders of Northern Ireland

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 interests of Northern Irish voters are being sacrificed to the perceived needs of the peace process

Why is the publishing industry so obsessed with debuts?

The fiftieth anniversary of Seamus Heaney’s Wintering Out is a chance to recognise the importance of place to his poetry

There’s nothing gender-neutral about murder