Century: Signatories

Connolly’s tragedy was that his vision of a workers’ republic largely died with him in 1916, as the new independent Ireland became shaped by nationalist and conservative forces

Seán MacDiarmada was a professional republican for his entire adult life, and his unswerving determination to take up arms against the British led to his being one of the first names on the Proclamation


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How does a post-Brexit world shape the identity and relationship of these islands

Inquests into the nightclub fire that led to the deaths of 48 people