The Good Friday agreement is under attack. Can we really risk ditching it? | Ian Jack
How quickly Brexiteers seem to have forgotten the past. No one wants troops on the streets of Northern Ireland again, says Guardian columnist Ian Jack
Many years ago, and mainly because of the way it looked, I bought a book called Handbook of the Ulster Question, which was published by the Stationery Office, Dublin, in 1923. It has a green cardboard binding and a front cover decorated in the Celtic revival style, which the Irish Free State also adopted for its postage stamps.An empty wallet inside the back cover once contained maps. “Lacks ma...
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