The hard borders drawn in our hearts

The hard borders  drawn in our hearts
Despite their chasm-like political differences, Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness became fast friends Pic: Getty

The threat of Brexit has given us a renewed sense of anti-partitionism. We should start by reaching out to our unionist neighbours

The Frontline presidential election debate programme in October 2011 earned its infamy because of the “Tweetgate” incident. RTÉ has recently issued substantial damages and an apology to the then-presidential candidate Seán Gallagher.

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