The second new FORTNIGHT@50 will be released in both print and digital versions during January. 

The primary focus will be on what needs to be done in both parts of Ireland on climate change, with contributions by John Barry, Clare Bailey, Marcus Patton, James Orr, Paddy Hillyard, Jordan Dunbar & Tom Arnold. 

There will also be detailed analysis on the Brexit deal and the political prospects for us all in 2021 by Marcus Leroux, Feargal Cochrane, Katy Hayward, Robin Wilson and Paul Nolan; culture/arts coverage by Malachi Doherty, Anne Devlin and Rosemary Jenkinson; and cartoons from Martyn Turner and Marcus Patton.

If you wish to support the continued publication of Fortnight you can now subscribe for the coming year at a cost of £20 for four quarterly issues – see details below – or order copies direct from No Alibis at £7 plus postage.

Subscribe

The cost of four copies during the year will be £20 (UK) and £30 (EU & World)Please send your payment direct to the Fortnight Publications account at the Ulster Bank, Belfast City 1, sort code 98-00-60; acc. no. 13078431.You must also send details of your postal address to fortnight50th@gmail.com

To order a copy

The cost of individual copies direct from No Alibis 83 Botanic Avenue, Belfast BT7 1JL will be £7 click & collect or £7 plus UK/EU postage

CONTACT: noalibis.com E: david@noalibis.com T: 028 9031 9601

Selected articles
Culture

Fortnight: A Very Short History

Andy Pollak
Politics

Should we believe the opinion polls on unification?

Marcus Leroux
Politics

How to break up the UK: Brexit, Covid and Johnston

Paul Nolan
Politics

What is the post-Brexit deal for Northern Ireland

Katy Hayward
Politics

Biden’s Ireland

Feargal Cochrane
Politics

The rocky road to Dublin

Robin Wilson
Politics

Dettol-tinis all round: The London letter

Cian O’Neill
Climate Focus

The climate bill for Northern Ireland

Clare Bailey
Climate Focus

North/South agri-business and emissions

Tom Arnold