Claire Dickson reports on how the UN’s recently conclusion on the appropriate Age of Criminal Responsibility may present dire consequences for Northern Ireland’s youth.
The Gown’s Ireland Columnist, Matthew Cullen, writes about the impact students have on Irish culture here in Belfast.
Aidan Lomas May 3rd 2021 marks one hundred years since Northern Ireland pressed itself into the fabric of the world. And to the day one hundred years on it still exists, yet its future still remains uncertain. The Government of Ireland Act 1920 will go down as one of the most important, pieces of legislationContinue reading “The Gown Northern Ireland Centenary Interviews: The Present & Future”
Discontent within mainstreasm unionism with the DUP leadership was widely known of. Yet the rapidity and suddenness with which Mrs. Foster’s leadership of the DUP and indeed of Northern Ireland was ended, within the space of 24 hours, was something of a story in and of itself. Editor Peter Donnelly offers a reflection on the week since Monday 26th April which would mark the beginning of the end for Mrs. Foster’s political tenure.