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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: Lessons of history that keep being missed

JUDE COLLINS: Lessons of history that keep being missed

JUDE COLLINS: Leo and Micheál discover a taste for Mick

JUDE COLLINS: Leo and Micheál discover a taste for Mick

JUDE COLLINS: Pouring petrol on the hot flames of suspicion

JUDE COLLINS: Pouring petrol on the hot flames of suspicion

JUDE COLLINS: Shaking hands with the devil is often a must

JUDE COLLINS: Shaking hands with the devil is often a must

JUDE COLLINS: Ambiguity was David Trimble’s trademark

JUDE COLLINS: Ambiguity was David Trimble’s trademark

JUDE COLLINS: Emma tells uncomfortable truths to Dublin

JUDE COLLINS: Emma tells uncomfortable truths to Dublin

JUDE COLLINS: After the circus, Johnson’s legacy is a grim one

JUDE COLLINS: After the circus, Johnson’s legacy is a grim one

JUDE COLLINS: DUP struggle with hardline election rhetoric

JUDE COLLINS: DUP struggle with hardline election rhetoric

JUDE COLLINS: Economic realities we can’t afford to ignore

JUDE COLLINS: Economic realities we can’t afford to ignore

JUDE COLLINS: Orange hall recital raises tough questions

JUDE COLLINS: Orange hall recital raises tough questions

JUDE COLLINS: A cock-eyed view of royal celebrations

JUDE COLLINS: A cock-eyed view of royal celebrations

JUDE COLLINS: Unionists still wary of those pesky strangers

JUDE COLLINS: Unionists still wary of those pesky strangers

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