What One Tiny Island Can Teach Northern Ireland About Marriage Equality
If even the Isle of Man, also a traditionally conservative country, can step up and embrace equal marriage rights, we need to untangle the political mess that holds Northern Ireland back.
What I Learned Talking to LGBT People About Coming Out in Ireland
A year after Ireland's historic marriage equality vote, we spoke to journalist Charlie Bird about his intimate new book that chronicles the lives of LGBT people in the traditionally Catholic, conservative country.
What Would Actually Happen If All the Banks Went on Strike?
On the 50th anniversary of the Irish bank strikes of 1966, we spoke to en economist about what—if anything—we learned from people who lived without banks for months at a time.
The LGBT Campaigners Trying to Push Homophobia Out of Northern Ireland
It's the only place in the UK where people can't marry whoever they want, regardless of gender, and one movement's fighting the law by playing politicians at their own game.
Young People in Ireland Are Taking More Psychoactive Drugs Than Anyone Else in Europe
A study released this week found that young people in Ireland are big into "new psychoactive substances." So we tried to work out why.
We Need to Remember Britain's Muslim Soldiers
Almost 400,000 Muslims fought for Britain during WWI—a fact almost nobody knows.
Pink Floyd's David Gilmour Releases an Incredible Animated Music Video
"The Girl in the Yellow Dress" is a frame-by-frame animation that melds a dark night of jazz and vices.
Everything We Know So Far About the Collapse of Northern Ireland's Government
Accusations that the IRA still exists, and are still murdering people, have thrown Northern Ireland's leadership into turmoil.