Sinn Fein have nothing to offer Ireland but division

Professor Katy Hayward tells us what Dublin and Brussels want us to hear

The other Europeans Irish share the most in common with … are the British

In his coverage of Northern Ireland in this memoir, Kevin Myers was unflinchingly critical of British ineptitude

Borders, the body politic and the last inauguration

Insult for its own sake is childish and banal, but the ability to strongly criticise any creed is absolutely vital in a healthy democracy

You wait ages for a decent Irish cookbook, then two arrive together, says Melanie McDonagh

The Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed 99 years ago this week. As Brexit talks enter the last lap, Nigel Jones argues that the Treaty could offer a model to follow

Human rights organisations in Ireland are calling for the disenfranchisement of those who do not share their political views