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Sean and Jacqueline, who live in Northern Ireland and study in the Republic. (Image: Guy Rundle)

Resentment brews against a Brexit border in Northern Ireland

There is Brexit anger in the Irish borderlands, where protesting locals remember what a hard border really looks like.

(Image: House of Commons/PA Wire)

Will Brexit be solved by tomorrow? Haha, no.

Tomorrow, UK Parliament will debate and vote on a number of alternative Brexit proposals. But it's still highly unlikely that will resolve anything.

British Prime Minister Theresa May (Image: EPA/UK Parliament)

May and her cabinet should resign immediately

A "backstop" agreement has undone Theresa May's chances of avoiding further chaos. She should now resign.

(Image: AAP/David Moir)

Abbott won’t give up Warringah without a fight

Crikey readers respond to independent Susan Moylan-Coombs' run at Tony Abbott's seat of Warringah.

The 35-year commemoration of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry. (Image: Wikicommons)

Daft Brexit threatens a brittle peace in Northern Ireland

A car bomb in the centre of Derry is not without a nostalgic touch; as '70s as flares and Thin Lizzy. But it signals an end to the Good Friday agreement.

The Social Democratic and Labour Party and Sinn Feinn are the main game as unionist parties prove more biff and boff.

Rundle: in Northern Ireland, the future, or the end, of the Union

The Social Democratic and Labour Party and Sinn Feinn are the main game as unionist parties prove more biff and boff.

The global rise in terrorism in 2013 disguises that it is the West's intervention in Iraq that is still causing misery and death.

The deceit at the heart of the terrorism hysteria

The global rise in terrorism in 2013 disguises that it is the West's intervention in Iraq that is still causing misery and death.

The Queen's visit to Northern Ireland was always going to be a nightmare for the royal family itself, and for Sinn Fein.

Rundle: how Sinn Fein can spin meeting Maj … nice hat, ma’am

The Queen's visit to Northern Ireland was always going to be a nightmare for the royal family itself, and for Sinn Fein.

The Conservative Party got the better of the Liberal-Democrats in the negotiations for coalition government. And a new electoral reform agenda will likely go their way, too.

MacKerras: the conservative case for electoral reform across the Anglosphere

The Conservative Party got the better of the Liberal-Democrats in the negotiations for coalition government. And a new electoral reform agenda will likely go their way, too.

Thirty-eight years after the infamous 'Bloody Sunday' massacre, the official investigation found British soldiers were completely to blame for slaughtering 13 unarmed people in Northern Ireland.

Justice for Bloody Sunday victims

Thirty-eight years after the infamous 'Bloody Sunday' massacre, the official investigation found British soldiers were completely to blame for slaughtering 13 unarmed people in Northern Ireland.