David McWilliams: Rising tide lifted only some boats
Independence has really only benefited us economically in the last 25 years
Cemeteries are wonderful places to assess the demographic and ethnic ebb and flow of a place.
Kensal Rise cemetery in north west London is fascinating for a variety of reasons. However, one thing that strikes you is the huge number of Irish people buried here.
Huge swathes of the cemetery have Irish names on the headstones and in the vast majority of these are newish graves where Irish people were buried in the 1960s to...
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