Burning the hijab in Iran today requires far more courage than burning the bra in western Europe 50 years ago
Victimhood at the hands of the British and unionists is the fare that nourishes the Sinn Féin narrative of ‘no alternative’
The lack of transparency about how Sinn Féin’s leaders are appointed raises questions about how they would govern
Pelosi, with an eye on her legacy, has tugged the tiger’s tail, like Liz Truss and Sabina Higgins before her
It’s a short distance from conflating refugees with mica payments to a Truthers-style conspiracy theory
For thirty years the women’s movement swerved violently to the left and woke-ism. Last week it woke up.
There are crises coming and courageous politicians are rare enough
The great achievement of movement was that it established that there is no such thing as a perfect victim
Bono and the Edge’s performance in Kyiv took courage, humility – and intelligence
It is a serious charge that should be reserved for when it really fits, as in the Rayner story
Sinn Féin realise they could find themselves on the wrong side of history
Why did this case descend into snubs, snobbery and slapstick squabbles?
Sinn Féin could come calling with a Faustian pact: government formation
The council is now a ‘protest’ platform requiring adherence to certain political ideas
How does the party appeal to the over-40s without confronting the past?