Articles by Siobhán Fenton
Siobhán Fenton / January 10, 2020
After years of delayed deadlines, the Stormont deal was a last chance for Sinn Féin and the DUP to restore an assembly
Siobhán Fenton / December 14, 2019
The party misplayed its hand at every opportunity
Siobhán Fenton / November 5, 2019
A new Remain pact shows anger at the DUP—and concern over Brexit's impact in Northern Ireland—has reached new heights
Now clearly disregarded and outdone by Johnson and his fellow Brexiteers, the DUP is powerless and betrayed
Siobhán Fenton / September 10, 2019
Emma DeSouza always thought she was Irish—but the Home Office didn't agree. Now, her case is due to be heard again, with potentially profound implications for the provisions of the Good Friday...
Siobhán Fenton / September 3, 2019
Arlene Foster said she'd prefer to focus on Brexit negotiations ahead of any election. However, she may also be conscious of the fact that her party risks losing its position as Westminster...
Siobhán Fenton / August 19, 2019
For Leavers, a trade deal with America is the holy grail. But senators on both sides of the house say they will refuse to back it if the Good Friday Agreement is threatened
Siobhán Fenton / August 15, 2019
Forget poppies and union jack car decals. Those who want Scotland and Northern Ireland to stay in the union should be making space for more, not less, diversity of identity
Siobhán Fenton / August 8, 2019
Although the issue looms large over all political discourse in Northern Ireland, it is rarely subject to serious, detailed, public policy discussion and analysis. Now, figures on both sides of the...
Legislation to allow same-sex marriage and abortion in Northern Ireland can be stopped if a new Assembly forms by October. But doing that would mean the DUP abandoning their opposition to another...