McGuinness was prepared to bomb and kill to drive the British out, but he was also an incorruptible, church-going Catholic and a loyal family man
Max Hill was unveiled as the new terror watchdog following a glittering career spanning 30 years
His unlikely friendship with Ian Paisley became iconic for my generation. If an establishment preacher who once heckled the Pope could develop a true and tender relationship with a former IRA commander, then the rest of us had no excuse for clinging to prejudice and division
Isis has broken down the precious wall which separates childhood from adulthood, innocence from guilt. This, far more than mass murder, is its final dark achievement
Chris McCatney says the only reason he is being targeted is because of his family name
Coroner also hears of victims’ relatives' suspicion that officers lied to gain wrongful convictions of the Birmingham Six
Dissident republicans say they carried out the attack on the promised to kill more "drug dealers and criminals"
Exclusive: Man alleged to have carried out assaults while staying at 'safe houses' in Northern Ireland and Irish Republic in the 1990s
'We will need to be realistic about what the Libyan government can deliver and in what time frame'
Former security guard Stuart Packard, 40, dies of cancer thought to be caused by an IRA bomb
Mr O'Callaghan shot and killed a Special Branch detective in Omagh in 1974 and was linked to a fatal mortar attack the same year
The double agent was alleged in 2003 to be Freddie Scappaticci, a claim he has consistently denied
Reports claim the new Labour leader attended pro-IRA events for a number of years
Apology had followed 1987 report that the new Labour leader paid an Irishman claiming to be fleeing British police
Deputy First Minister says killings had not been in the interest of Sinn Fein
The sister of one IRA victim said Corbyn's refusal amounted to an “insult to all our dead loved ones"