Will Harris / June 5, 2019
From Nationwide to McDonald's, more and more advertisements are relying on the power of verse to shift their products. But while it's easy to be cynical, advertising's love affair with poetry tells...
The diversity debate has lost sight of the fact that communities are made up of members who themselves may be very different
Matthew O'Toole / May 21, 2019
The UK political class struggles to conceive of what a multinational state actually means
Prospect Team / May 17, 2019
Research by Populus suggests that British people are more likely to identify with their stance on Brexit than with the main parties—posing a particular challenge for Labour and the Conservatives
It's quicker than ever to create a professional-looking website. For purveyors of fake news, that makes crafting—and sharing—believable stories an easy task
"Imposed Citizenship": how Brexit is already quietly affecting the rights of Northern Ireland's Irish citizens
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / May 8, 2019
The government aren't keen to shout about it, but Emma de Souza's case has already been seen as a constitutional test of the Good Friday Agreement. And that's only the start
Cornelius Riethdorf / May 1, 2019
The form appeared to have once been diligently completed in pencil but then subsequently rubbed out, the contents now illegible. Could this really be what I think it is?
Anna Cafolla / April 24, 2019
Amnesty and Reporters Without Borders have both highlighted the risk to journalists in Northern Ireland. After McKee's death, it's time politicians and press across the UK took the lives of its...
Lyra McKee gave hope to people who felt they had no future—now, we owe it to her to make this place better
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / April 19, 2019
Journalist Lyra McKee, who has been killed in the Creggan Estate in Derry, fought to make Northern Ireland a better place—and saw the potential for change in everyone, no matter where they came from
Tom Clark / April 9, 2019
Something needs to break the logjam and another public vote looks like the best option. But to win the votes it needs in parliament, its proponents will have to think the unthinkable