Twenty-three years after the Good Friday Agreement, the political atmosphere in Northern Ireland has reached boiling point. The underlying cause of recent unrest, writes Feargal Cochrane, is Brexit and its particular ramifications for Northern Ireland Read more
As coverage of Prince Phillip's death becomes the most complained about event in British television history, Ruairidh Brown argues that, despite its role as the UKâ€™s national public broadcaster, the BBC must avoid normative attempts to dictate public sentiment Read more
Too close an association between the BBC and the Union flag will damage the formerâ€™s claims to objectivity, writes Ruairidh Brown. It comes at a time when the impartiality of the service is increasingly challenged â€“ at home and abroad Read more
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