• June 27, 2017
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Articles by Mick O'Reilly

  • Why the ‘Sun’ hates Islam
    Jun 24, 2017 By Mick O’Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    Rupert Murdoch’s London tabloid newspaper espouses Islamophobia and extremist views
  • Trading places with the plumber and the painter
    Jun 25, 2017 Mick O’ReillyForeign Correspondent
    When the time comes for robots take over all our jobs, I want to see how some collection of motherboards and wires will hang wallpaper and keep the birds and flowers apart
  • Homeless and stateless, some are in a no man's land between Libya and Egypt
  • Shopping for support on dangerous turf
    Jun 18, 2017 By Mick O’Reilly | Foreign Correspondent
    By turning to the DUP for support, May is making a deal with a party that deals with shadowy figures in very dark corners
  • ‘No surrender’
    Jun 16, 2017 By Mick O’ReillyForeign Correspondent
    DUP Arlene Foster is a woman unwilling to compromise in her political, ideological and religious beliefs
  • Theresa May’s election gamble backfires
    Jun 09, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    Humbled Conservatives will work with ‘Northern Ireland friends’ to achieve Brexit
  • The champion of the alt-left
    Jun 09, 2017 By Mick O’ReillyForeign Correspondent
    Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn came within a bearded whisker of pulling off the greatest political upset in modern British history
  • Results crush hopes for second referendum
    Jun 09, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    SNP loses 19 seats and pro-union parties make huge inroads, ending ‘indyref2’ dream
  • Elmo and elections, Muppets and mayhem
    Jun 09, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    Depending now on the DUP for power, Britain’s May has sold out her party principles and principals
  • UK poll: May pays heavy price for gamble
    Jun 09, 2017 Gulf News Web Report
    May to seek Queen’s permission to form a government; difficult night for Conservatives as Corbyn-led Labour makes significant gains
  • May’s UK election gamble backfires
    Jun 09, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspendent
    British Prime Minister sought a strong majority for Brexit negotiations, instead she’s been handed a likely minority government
  • Britons will feel the squeeze
    Jun 08, 2017 By Mick O’Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    While no one knows how Brexit will hit the overall UK economy, consumers will likely pay more for phone calls, airfares and food
  • UK votes under shadow of terror attacks
    Jun 07, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    Weekend opinion polls show May’s party is still the most popular but her personal ratings are down
  • The big and the small in UK poll
    Jun 07, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    Smallest constituency in the United Kingdom is just .735 square kilometres in size
  • UK: Corbyn continues to grow in popularity
    Jun 07, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    With two terrorist attacks, May has seen support for her Conservatives consistently dwindle
  • Scotland’s future tied to Labour’s Corbyn
    Jun 07, 2017 Mick O'Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    Conservatives rule out second independence referendum but Labour will court Scots to form a government