Here are the five things you need to know on Thursday 1 May 2014... 1) MILIBAND'S WOOS 'GENERATION RENT' It could be the
Ireland gained its independence and was partitioned, with Northern Ireland remaining within the United Kingdom, at about the same time as the Kurds were incorporated into modern Iraq nearly a century ago.
Yes, young people in Northern Ireland aren't truly free. Religiosity and violence has retarded our education system, segregated communities and minds into green and orange, and viciously retarded the economy.
At least four blast bombs have been thrown at police in east Belfast, it has been confirmed. Several petrol bombs were also
The police are covered from head to toe in jet black riot gear, the ground is covered in broken glass and the remnants of an entire twenty four hours of consumption litter the surrounding area. The streets themselves are masked with propaganda and crude sectarian graffiti.
A bomb found and made safe in a car in Northern Ireland was destined for a police station, the Police Service of Northern
An ongoing snowstorm in Northern Ireland has forced the abandonment of a World Cup qualifying football match and seen electricity
A suspected mortar bomb has been discovered close to a police station in Northern Ireland. The device was found close to
Ever since the Good Friday peace agreement of 1998, parties on both side of the divide have, albeit slowly, attempted to move things forward. And forward things have moved, as I explained at the start. However, a critical demographic have been left behind: the working class and the radicals within.
Police in Northern Ireland have condemned 'reckless' dissident republicans over a foiled bomb plot that could have caused