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Ninety-eight years after its violent creation, there is still no legal definition that explicitly states whether Northern Ireland is a state, a country, or a province.
With the British election, and a possible Irish election, upcoming, how Sinn Féin navigates the choppy waters of Brexit may determine the future of Irish politics.
Sinn Féin passed a motion that the party was “committed to being in government north and south.”
Weak link between Northern Ireland and Great Britain "exposed" in survey results, analyst says.
The ramifications of Brexit continue to resonate. The situation in Northern Ireland has undergone a transformation this week.
Northern Irish politics has always been broken, but the latest spate of election pacts reveals just how broken it really is.
Friends of Sinn Fein made history by raising more money than any other political party in Irish history.
A cross-border task force report has found that paramilitary activity in republican and loyalist communities remains a “stark reality” in Northern Ireland.
Sinn Fein agree to create anti-Brexit pact, have stood aside in three seats in the Northern elections to allow anti-Brexit candidates to run.
Brexit storms may be set to roil Ireland Northwest but Irish America is on hand with a pledge to back the peacemakers and bridge-builders.
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