New Northern politics rubbish unionist myths

Last week, the government announced that it was advancing a considerable sum of money through the Department of Foreign Affairs in an attempt to quantify its success in the North’s peace process.

14th July, 2007

Last week, the government announced that it was advancing a considerable sum of money through the Department of Foreign Affairs in an attempt to quantify its success in the North’s peace process.

Seemingly having learned so much about conflict resolution, the Iveagh House mandarins see the possibility of setting up something of a cottage industry. Ireland will now teach the world about how even the most intractable and historic of quarrels can be...

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