Stefan McCusker stars as Paul Hill in a new short film, Fifteen, about the letters he sent to his family from prison, which screens at the Belfast Film Festival this weekend.

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From his cell, Paul Hill watched the world change: the birth of his child, the Thatcher years, punk, the miners’ strike, the death of John Lennon, Glasnost. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A documentary based on Paul Hill’s prison letters will be broadcast tomorrow, Saturday, October 4th, at 8pm on BBC Radio 4. From Inside: the Gu(...)

Election emigration: overseas citizens might be affected by decisions made about social welfare, education, taxation, immigration, broadcasting and consular protection, even if they plan never to move back. Photograph:  Jens Schlueter/Getty Images

At a meeting hosted by the London Irish Lawyers Association to debate the future of Seanad Éireann, about 80 Irish people are packing out the National(...)