There aren’t enough social workers, and sometimes that means that children aren’t reached quickly enough, says Fergus Finlay.
Dear Sergeant McCabe...More
Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill give off the signs of being able to work together, writes Fergus Finlay.More
Fergus Finlay writes an open letter the Taoiseach.More
The one thing you can be certain of is that the rich will get richer on his watch, writes Fergus Finlay.
His name might not be on the Good Friday Agreement, but all who were there know his mark, writes Fergus FinlayMore
Primary care centres need to become the place of first resort. They need to be open seven days a week, writes Fergus FinlayMore
We have to find ways to speak up, to band together and to assert that we will not let democracy wither, writes Fergus FinlayMore
There has never been a year in my memory when so many uncharacteristically hostile attitudes
came to the fore in world politics, writes Fergus Finlay
The only people who really, genuinely, cared for Emily and her quality of life were her mother and her family, writes Fergus Finlay.More
Gerry Adams is the glue around which the republican movement adheres, and also its glass ceiling, writes Fergus FinlayMore
Where domestic violence is happening there is a huge risk of irreparable damage to children, writes Fergus Finlay
The default response to every controversy is killing the kind of public discourse we need, writes Fergus FinlayMore