April Articles

Ludicrous libel case against me may be over now but a change in the law is needed

I’ve had many wonderful messages on social media in the last few days since I went public with the news that Gerry Kelly had dropped his ludicrous libel case against me. Published: 30 April 2024 Thank you to everyone who sent kind wishes that have reassured me that...

Ireland is paying the price for its Brexit arrogance

The open border Dublin insisted on is now allowing asylum seekers to pour into the country Published: 25 April 2024 Leo Varadkar left his job as Irish prime minister last month with compliments being lavished on him from all directions — especially the White House —...

Those in NI who were harmed the most are often blamed the most

I spent years trying to fathom why so many in the Irish nationalist tribe from which I came were so tolerant of IRA mass murderers and so hostile to their victims. Published: 23 April 2024 Along with that went an antipathy to journalists who tell inconvenient truths....

Cass Review lays bare the dangerous insanity of gender ideology

I’m not given to vindictiveness, but I do like to see justice done, so I hope the publication of the Cass Review into gender-identity services in England will be giving quite a few people sleepless nights for a long time to come. Published: 16 April 2024 But first may...

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