Ireland has a unique position in the midst of the Brexit debate.
From a geographic perspective, Ireland’s 499km border with the North (with hundreds of crossings) is the only land border between Britain and the EU. From a political perspective, the 1998 Good Friday Agreement removed the physical border between the North and the Republic.
And finally, from a historical perspective, there was the Common Travel Area (CTA) which permitted citizens of Britain and...
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