Nathan Stewart - "Voters in East Belfast find themselves in a similar predicament as the French. Moderates are expected to rally around a centrist candidate in order to stop the far-right getting in."
Nathan Stewart - "A statement of any sort on the day of McGuinness' death sums up how you see our country’s past and how you see its future."
Nathan Stewart - "Rather than wait for that wishy-washy centre ground to deliver us from the past, we need to keep banging on at the parties we have now to deliver real change."
Nathan Stewart - "Joyce wrote of nationality, language and religion holding us back, but I’ve found that I’ve largely flown these nets. Instead it’s that crippling self-doubt and unwillingness to put myself out there that stops me."
Nathan Stewart - "Sure, Northern Ireland remains very ethnically homogenous compared with the rest of the UK and Ireland, but that cannot be an excuse for ignorance in 2016. Undoubtedly, the outrage would be much worse if a British party leader used the same word, and that is worth keeping in mind here."
Nathan Stewart - "Of course the decision to allow these tweets to become public is a strategic decision, but it’s not a zero sum game. Why can’t Gerry Adams like both rubber ducks and Republicanism?"
Nathan Stewart - "Northern Ireland loves fussing over local politics, and there’s nothing more local than climate change. It is billions of intensely local problems presented as one huge faraway problem."