To be opposed to the ‘Peace Process’ is not to be opposed to ‘Peace’ – By Jamie Bryson

    In recent days the debate around dual Nationality and dual citizenship has been re-ignited, following revelations that BBC presenter Stephen Nolan has obtained an Irish passport to compliment the British one already held. This issue goes much wider than dual Nationality, which was freely available prior to the Belfast Agreement. This poses the…

‘Brexit means there can be no parity between Britishness and Irishness in the United Kingdom’s lawful territory’ – By Jamie Bryson

Bertie Ahern the former Irish Prime Minister summed up much of the Nationalist petulance around Brexit in a piece carried in Sunday’s Guardian newspaper. Whilst making no reference to the potential for violent conflict, Mr Ahern did however make reference to the Anglo-Irish Agreement and the Unionist civil unrest associated with same. Many others have…

‘Power-sharing, a matter of trust!’ – By Jamie Bryson

The recent political crisis has laid bare the dysfunctional nature of our power-sharing institutions. The DUP have for so long extolled the virtues of the “better deal” they claim to have got for the Unionist people at St Andrews. In reality, it was the Belfast Agreement for slow learners. One ironic moment did arise during…