Thursday August 6, 2020

The Brits are just not that into us

As the DUP has just learned, for a certain kind of British person, all sections of Irish society are dispensable

20th October, 2019

In 2014, at the height of the referendum on independence for Scotland, The Daily Show, then presented by Jon Stewart, showed a map of these islands in which Scotland was coloured blue, the Republic green, and England, Wales and Northern Ireland were white. Separated from Britain like that, the North looked like nothing so much as the Kaliningrad oblast, the little piece of Russia that belonged to Germany until 1945 and which, following the end...

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