Friday September 18, 2020

Finally, a possible end to the North’s political impasse

Bertie Ahern and Tony Blair must have the patience of Job. As the political Rubik’s cube that is the attempt to turn the North into a power-sharing democracy continues to revolve unsolved (entering a ninth year since the Good Friday Agreement), the w

8th April, 2006

Bertie Ahern and Tony Blair must have the patience of Job. As the political Rubik’s cube that is the attempt to turn the North into a power-sharing democracy continues to revolve unsolved (entering a ninth year since the Good Friday Agreement), the week’s events in Armagh seemed like the flogging of a dead horse.

There was more than a note of exasperation as the Taoiseach reminded all those present that he...

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