Ulster Unionists

For those of you that have been following Stormont Crisis No. 3,876 then you're probably aware of just how nauseatingly boring
A major bomb attack close to the border of Northern Ireland is believed to have been thwarted, with at least two mortars
Two peers have been suspended from the Labour Party over claims they offered to carry out parliamentary work in return for
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.
Fresh trouble flared in east Belfast just hours after senior police and politicians on all sides called for peace on the
Around a thousand loyalist protesters picketed Belfast City Hall on Monday evening over the Union flag row as violent disturbances
Loyalists tried to kill a police officer when they set fire to his patrol car in Belfast on Monday. A gang of 15 men tossed
Northern Irish politician Basil McCrea is the only member of the Unionist community to speak in favour of a motion that called for full marriage equality in Northern Ireland. His bravery should be applauded.
This weekend Northern Ireland's unionists are celebrating the life of Sir Edward Carson and the centenary of the signing of the Ulster Solemn League and Covenant.
Look back only 15 to 20 years and you would see a British Isles stalked by social unrest and political uncertainty. Northern Ireland was at the heart of the disquiet.