Why did Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill forfeit golden opportunity to showcase Northern Ireland? – By Glenn Bradly

    I’m in business, the hard nosed commercial world, where, project delivery is key. In the business world if we don’t deliver for the health of the business then we don’t earn salary, benefit or rewards. In business we are about good corporate governance, conflict deconstruct, capacity building with all stakeholders, creating end to…

Glenn Bradley standing up for ‘the white poppy’

      It’s that time of the year again when the little poppy, that beautiful flower that toils in fields across Europe and further a-field, in a variety of colours when in bloom is used as a symbol of solemn Remembrance or as a marketing tool for Charities or as a glorifying rallying call…

“A Guilty Prod” – “not so” bites back Glenn Bradley

    On Saturday 3rd May 2014 the Reverend Mervyn Gibson, an ordained Minister of religion for the Presbyterian Church and an Officer of Belfast County Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland made a speech to a gathering of people that support the Ligoniel Combine Parade to complete an antiquated but (Orange Order) traditional parade route…

“When enemies meet” – by Glenn Bradley

    I was born in 1967 and raised in West Belfast growing up 100 meters from what became known as the peace-line: that physical barrier that segregated the people of West Belfast on geo-political-sectarian lines due to the conflict that erupted here in 1969. When I was sixteen I joined the British Army and…