Support Politika News on Patreon. OPINION Northern Irish citizens, whichever side of the political spectrum they find themselves on, have an undeniably unhealthy obsession with flags, or ‘flegs’. While these pieces of […]
I am a Cambridge MML French and Spanish Graduate with a First Class honours, specialising in Iberian peninsula 19th and 20th century history and culture, and individualism in the French Revolution.
Alongside my studies, this year I was Co-President Cambridge Pink Week 2021. During my Year Abroad I was an Intern at Simmons & Simmons Paris (July - December 2019) and my Year abroad project dissertation centred on the Female experience of Catalan and Irish nationalism in the 20th century.
On the 23rd anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, peace has never been more fragile in Northern Ireland
OPINION Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, that brought desperately-needed peace to my parents’ and grandparents’ generation. The centenary of the partition of Ireland is also just round […]
OPINION Ah yes, ‘tis the time of year again that the rivers of the USA are dyed green, Guinness’ marketing team goes to town and Irish politicians fly around the world, shaking […]
OPINION How to bring together a community divided by civil war is a long, arduous and difficult process with no clear blueprint or one-size-fits-all remedy. However, there are certain policies a government can […]
An unholy legacy: the Mother and Baby Homes report reminds Ireland that the Catholic Church has blood on its hands
OPINION On the 12th of January 2021 the Irish government published the 3000-page final report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes, their hand having been forced by the leaking […]
OPINION The first week of the United Kingdom’s independent, “taking back control” status has been predictably underwhelming to say the least. Overshadowed by the devastating developments of the coronavirus pandemic, the early hiccups […]
Ireland united is not a new concept. If anything, it is the actual partition of the island that to many Irish and Northern Irish citizens feels like the novelty. The centenary of […]