The arcane organisation with roots in consolidating colonial rule in Ireland is trying to modernise.
Two Yes campaigners who were surrounded by angry unionists in St. George's Square after the independence referendum could still face a day in court or a fine.
Young pro-independence activists from Glasgow’s impoverished Easterhouse suburb explain why they’re fed up with Scotland’s Union with Britain.
They're really, really proud to be British and don't want that to change.
But the "No" campaign doesn't want them.
Northern Ireland's loyalists are pissed off. On Friday night they injured more than 50 cops, who—after adopting slightly softer tactics earlier this year when policing the flag protests and the Belfast Twelfth—were out in force to monitor a republican...
I went to an Irish parade in the city this weekend to see if tensions would boil over.