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Britain can no more wriggle out of its Good Friday obligations than it can ditch its queen

16th December, 2018

I visited Belfast last week in the company of fellow independent members of Seanad Eireann with a view to engaging with a wide spectrum of civil society and political actors. There, I noticed an increasing gulf in perception between those active in civil society and those currently inactive in political society as members of the suspended Assembly.

The chief movers and shakers in the commercial, business and voluntary sectors up North are dumbstruck at the...

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