‘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…

‘WHERE DID IT ALL GO WRONG?’ By Brian Rowan 

What’s happening? What do you think? What next? In that place we call ‘out there’, there is a mood, an interest, a questioning of politics – an anger; a wanting to know. You hear it in the conversations, those many moments when people stop to talk on the street or walk and talk. They want…

‘Two Fermanagh voices’ – by Eamonn Mallie 

Two Fermanagh voices: Gordon Wilson forgives the IRA killers of his daughter Marie; Arlene Foster compares Sinn Féin to crocodiles. On November 8 1987 a huge IRA bomb killed Marie Wilson daughter of local business man Gordon Wilson… This was his account of watching his daughter dying. “We were both thrown forward, rubble and stones…