Opinions

Opinions

EDITORIAL: An imposed backstop would see a unionist reaction that would dwarf Drumcree or the flag protests

EDITORIAL: An imposed backstop would see a unionist reaction that would dwarf Drumcree or the flag protests

By Jamie Bryson @JamieBrysonCPNI It is clear that the European Union, and aggressive pan-nationalism in the form of Sinn Fein, SDLP and Alliance, are working in collaboration in a desperate attempt to use Brexit as a means to advance their shared objectives of promoting a ‘progressive Europeanism’, which will aid pan-nationalism by virtue of promoting […]

EDITORIAL: Returning the serve- Rebalancing the legacy of the past and political policing of the present

EDITORIAL: Returning the serve- Rebalancing the legacy of the past and political policing of the present

Editorial- By Jamie Bryson A statement by nationalist legacy activist and solicitor Paddy Murray, which has been carried in today’s media, stands as a shining example of the double standards of nationalism when it comes to the criminal justice system. Paddy Murray was an ardent supporter of the Loughinisland film No Stone Unturned, which was […]

OPINION: The role of Unionism’s progressive flank- By William Ennis

OPINION: The role of Unionism’s progressive flank- By William Ennis

IT WAS something that first occurred to me as I read Sinnerton’s David Ervine: Uncharted Waters and was then confirmed when I read The Principles of Loyalism, by William Mitchell. Something which made me the unionist I am. A realisation that not only did my socio-economic politics lie to the left-of-centre, but that my unionism […]

Analysis: Sean Murray’s article paves the way for a genuine debate on republicanism’s one sided legacy narrative

Analysis: Sean Murray’s article paves the way for a genuine debate on republicanism’s one sided legacy narrative

You can read Sean Murray’s article HERE and the original ‘Glenanne Gang’ article published by Unionist Voice HERE By Jamie Bryson We, as unionists, must not be afraid of debate or to engage with our political opponents. If we are to use our increasingly broad platform to criticise and challenge then we must be brave […]

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