Foreign Agent: One Last Job
Analysis: Sinn Féin is Winning at Post-Brexit Politics
by Daniel Finn
Sinn Féin now occupies pole position in Northern Irish politics. Daniel Finn explains how we got here.
Live: Starmer’s Pledge to Resign, Northern Ireland Assembly, Cost of Living Crisis
Keir Starmer has pledged he will resign if fined by Durham police. Is this an act of political genius, or career suicide? Plus: The cost of living crisis continues and we take a further look at the ramifications of the historic election result to the Northern Ireland assembly. With Michael Walker and Ash Sarkar.
The Bastani Factor: How Britain Starved Ireland
Today the island of Ireland has a smaller population than it did 200 years ago. How did that happen, and what has it got to do with free market capitalism? Aaron Bastani explains how London politicians and Irish landlords exploited a crisis in the name of an ideology – in the process wrecking the lives […]
Analysis: Bloody Sunday Was No Random Calamity
by Daniel Finn
On 30 January 1972, British soldiers gunned down unarmed civilians in Derry, Northern Ireland. Daniel Finn explains the context of the massacre and its devastating legacy.
Live: Boris Johnson Reveals UK Plan for Net Zero
Long Read: Can the Good Friday Agreement Survive?
by Daniel Finn
Analysis: Ulster Unionism is in Crisis – And the Fallout Could Soon Get Worse
by Tommy Greene
The centenary of Irish partition had once been an awaited psychological milestone for Ulster unionists. Yet the discontent expressed through the loyalist riots of the past ten days reflects a deep-seated crisis of the political architecture built into Northern Ireland, writes Tommy Greene.
Live: Northern Ireland Sees Riots From Loyalists
Downstream: Independence for the North of England Interview With Philip Proudfoot
In recent years Scottish and Welsh independence, as well as Irish unification, have become increasingly plausible with Britain’s departure from the EU highlighting major points of difference, as well as economic imbalances, across the home nations. But could the break up of the UK ever include the North of England? And what would a sovereign […]
Analysis: What Does It Take to Win Climate Justice?
by Nathan Thanki
2020 may have been a tough year, but it also saw major victories for environmental justice movements around the world. Nathan Thanki spoke to campaigners in Ireland, South Africa, the Philippines and Ecuador about how to fight - and how to win.
Report: The UK is Rushing to Deport Asylum Seekers Before Brexit, New Data Shows
by Rivkah Brown
Opinion: Greenwashing the Establishment: How the Irish Greens Sold Out Environmentalists and the Working Class
by Patrick O'Donoghue
Ireland’s Voters Have Delivered a Political Earthquake
by Tommy Greene and Eoghan Gilmartin
How the Sinn Féin Surge Is Shaking up Ireland’s Politics
by Conor Boyes
Live: It Woz Remain Wot Lost It?
On this episode of #TyskySour Aaron Bastani is joined by Paul Mason as they discuss Labour’s election results. Did the commitment to a ‘people’s vote’ destroy any chance of winning?
Live: BRING IT ON. (w/ Faiza Shaheen & James Meadway)
The UK is heading for a December election. Are the left ready to hit the ground running and kick Boris out of power? With Faiza Shaheen and James Meadway.