Irish language enthusiast Linda Irvine has never supported the suspension of the Assembly until an Irish language Act has been agreed - and feels the two largest parties at Stormont have latched onto the issue as a symbol of deeper disagreement and distrust.
Investigations into the murder of an Irish prison officer by the IRA have been hindered to protect a Garda informer – and Dublin’s proposals on dealing with the past will not make any difference, it is claimed.
The Presbyterian Church in Ireland says 602 members who signed a letter calling for discussions on same-sex marriage have acted contrary to their own request for “respectful discourse” by publishing the letter in the media.
A Dublin man who believes Irish ministers may have colluded with republicans over the murder of his father says he has no confidence that his government will honour commitments to investigate cases as part of wider attempts to deal with the legacy of the Troubles.
A secret Sinn Fein guide to Irish unification coaches party members on how to convince family and friends that taxpayers can afford the massive upheaval - and to assure them there would be no violence or chaos.