How should we treat and interpret poll results
Polls and polling always generate a lot of debate, including a fair amount of criticism, and our recent 'Big90' online poll was no different - no problem...
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Critique of the Talmud needed
Jewish historian Israel Shahak believes the anti-Christian Talmud, Judaism's holy book, would have been well-known to Poles as far back as the 16th century. Perhaps...
Very few Poles collaborated with the Nazis
I AM writing on behalf of the Conservative Friends of Poland regarding the letter from Kevin McCarthy, published in the Belfast...
Ethics in business distant memory
WHILE Volkswagen's actions may elicit a "sneaking regard", they also reinforce the suspicion that ethics in business are a thing of the past.
Cynicism of car firms is shocking
IT is extraordinary how car manufacturers will spend millions to evade or delay regulation rather than introducing technology that benefits public health.
UK is up to its knees in blood of innocents
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B&Q to close five stores in Northern Ireland
Not to worry, Tesco is building a big store on the Buncrana Road site (in Londonderry). Oh no, that's right. Mark H Durkan blocked it.
Ireland can go all the way, but let's take nothing for granted
This weekend marks a pivotal period in the rugby World...
Showing NI game on big screen would be worth the cost
Northern Ireland's bid to reach the European Championship finals for the first time has really captured the imagination of the...
Justified anger over big salaries
The same rationale is trotted out every time the high pay given to a public official is...
If you're for free speech, speak up for Pastor McConnell
On the face of it, you couldn't imagine two more different people than Maryam Namazie and...
Sorry, it's a 'Fail' for out-of-date sex education classes
My reaction to the news that 40% of all births in Northern Ireland now happen outside marriage,...
Every day of our lives ought to be prized as a landmark
Anyone who watched the excellent BBC production of The Go-Between will remember the words of...
Is ecumenism and peace only a dream and nothing more?
Many people will be surprised that Trinity College Dublin is selling its former Irish School of...
The hellish camps that Syria's lost children call home
The day before I'm due to travel to Lebanon, I'm...
Northern Ireland's children are victims of division
Many of our children experience reduced life chances caused by a...
Former RUC hero stands in stark contrast to vain Sinn Fein leader
My critics - and I have a few - often suggest that I am...