View From Stormont

View From Stormont- Episode 90

Has politics failed policing on the question of legacy? This week's show has an exclusive interview with the Chief Constable almost twenty years after the Patten Report. Ahead of a summer of change at the very top George Hamilton, the Policing Board Chair and the Police Ombudsman share their thoughts on the outstanding challenges facing policing here. Plus, a Leave voting Co. Down businessman tells the programme that the UK would be better staying in the EU rather than crashing out without a deal.

View From Stormont- Episode 89

This edition of the programme examines the latest twists and turns in the Brexit process with just over six weeks to go until the UK is due to leave the EU. We hear from the DUP's Westminster leader Nigel Dodds and Sinn Fein MLA Máirtín Ó Muilleoir. Plus, a year on from the collapse of the draft deal to restore power-sharing our team of commentators assess how much love there is for a return to Stormont.

View From Stormont- Episode 88

This week's show hears from both the Shadow Brexit Secretary and the Irish Minister for European Affairs ahead of another Commons vote on Brexit. We've political reaction from the DUP MP Gregory Campbell, SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood and Alliance MLA Stewart Dickson amid the impasse over the backstop. Plus there's commentary and expert analysis of the week's headlines.

View From Stormont- Episode 87

On the eve of another big Brexit vote, our political analysts in Westminster assess what shape the next phase of talks with the EU might take. As the controversial backstop continues to dominate the process, Fine Gael TD Martin Heydon insists that the Dublin government and the EU will not budge on it. Plus, in a special interview the PUP Deputy leader John Kyle tells Brian Rowan that Sinn Féin must choose between healing and a border poll while the party's national Chair Declan Kearney argues that continuing dialogue is important.

View From Stormont- Episode 86

This week's programme hears from DUP MP Gregory Campbell and Sinn Féin MLA Máirtín Ó Muilleoir as Theresa May sets out plans to find a Brexit deal, which could win parliamentary support.

Our team in London indulge in the art of prediction ahead of another politically significant week and we get the views of young people on the border as well as the thoughts of two ardent Leave supporters.