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‘I Am the Border, So I Am’: A satire that borders on the ridiculously funny

The book of the @BorderIrish Twitter account mixes witticisms with poignancy

5th January, 2020
The book-length version of the @BorderIrish Twitter account with the everyday witticisms it spouts on social media, and its own take on Brexit. Picture: Paul Faith/Getty Images


I Am the Border, So I Am

By @BorderIrish

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