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Jude Collins

Jude Collins worked for thirty years as a lecturer at the Ulster University/Ulster Polytechnic. Before that, he was a high school English teacher in Derry, Dublin, Edmonton and Winnipeg (Canada).

He is the author of eight books, including Booing the Bishop and other stories and Martin McGuinness: The man I knew. He has been a weekly columnist for The Irish News, Daily Ireland and currently writes for The Andersonstown News.

He has broadcast on TV and radio for the BBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Press TV and RTÉ. For the past thirteen years he has written a daily column on his blogsite www.judecollins.com

Latest Stories

JUDE COLLINS: Two events share a common direction

JUDE COLLINS: Two events share a common direction

JUDE COLLINS: Can nationalism learn from the Ulster Covenant of 1912?

JUDE COLLINS: Can nationalism learn from the Ulster Covenant of 1912?

JUDE COLLINS: Health and war budgets tell the story of a nation

JUDE COLLINS: Health and war budgets tell the story of a nation

JUDE COLLINS: Geography knowledge dependent on... geography

JUDE COLLINS: Geography knowledge dependent on... geography

JUDE COLLINS: Differing analyses on Irish unity converge on the same conclusion

JUDE COLLINS: Differing analyses on Irish unity converge on the same conclusion

JUDE COLLINS: Departing Leo leaves a distinctly mixed legacy

JUDE COLLINS: Departing Leo leaves a distinctly mixed legacy

JUDE COLLINS: Israeli chutzpah may hurt Biden come November

JUDE COLLINS: Israeli chutzpah may hurt Biden come November

JUDE COLLINS: Sometimes apologies can seem a bit odd

JUDE COLLINS: Sometimes apologies can seem a bit odd

JUDE COLLINS: Right or wrong, words from behind the velvet rope mean a lot

JUDE COLLINS: Right or wrong, words from behind the velvet rope mean a lot