I'm a regular contributor to Reaction, CapX and the Belfast News Letter.

I've written for The Times, The Irish TimesThe Guardian, the Daily Mirror, FourFourTwo Magazine, the Christian Science Monitor, Prospect Magazine, Open Democracy, Agenda NI, Conservative Home, the Belfast Telegraph, the Irish News and other websites and magazines.

My blog, Three Thousand Versts of Loneliness, was shortlisted for the inaugural Orwell Prize for political blogging, in 2009.   

Read some of my articles:

Gerry Adams' reinvention as a kindly uncle figure is insulting (Reaction.life

The real threat to the DUP is its handling of the past, not the present (CapX)

In Ballymena, shoppers are divided on Ian Paisley's political future (The Irish Times)

Brexit is a useful excuse for good old anti-Englishness (The Times)

The PM was wrong to say the 1998 agreement requires a seamless border (News Letter)

A new gender law risks entrenching identity politics (CapX)

A slice of Irish fudge could be just what Britain needs (CapX)

The deal on the Irish border really could threaten the Good Friday Agreement (but not in the way you think) (Reaction.life)

The government's plan does not consign Northern Ireland to the Customs Union (Conservative Home)

If we are going to have Irish and Ulster Scots acts we may as well fund kerb-painting (News Letter)

The core priorities of unionism are conservative (News Letter)

SF's idea of rights & equality pretext to attack the UK (News Letter)

The EU's Irish position is neither coherent nor credible (Think Scotland)

Northern Ireland Euro 2016 ticket process was car crash from the start. (Belfast Telegraph)

Alliance gives wait to divisive joint football reception. (News Letter)

Politics has never been a profession for the faint-hearted, but there's a new brutality to the old trade. (Belfast Telegraph)

Gay Marriage debate.  Unpopular opinions should be heard too. (Belfast Telegraph)