Tuesday December 10, 2019

Sinn Féin should forget Catalonia and try fixing problems closer to home - if it doesn’t want rule from Westminster

22nd October, 2017

When you come to think of it, there is something deliciously ironic about the vigorous support now being loudly offered by Sinn Féin to the cause of Catalan secession.

That a prosperous north-eastern province of a country, wealthier than and claiming to be culturally and historically distinct from the rest of the country, should assert the right to secede is a matter on which it is very possible to hold two views, as...

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