Wednesday July 8, 2020

The Great British Balkanisation

After the election, a federal Britain seems to be the only logical option with Europe continuing to drive a wedge between England and Scotland

9th May, 2015

Ronnie Quinn is a big, broad shouldered man, with a great story. Not only is he a hurling fanatic and president of the Hurling Club of Argentina, he was – as a bilingual Irish Argentinean conscript in the Argentine army – the “unofficial” translator for the Argentinean surrender to the British army at the end of the Malvinas/Falklands war. He has written an excellent book about his war experiences.

The hurling club...

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