Etiqueta: OToole

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Brexit isn’t the cause of the Belfast riots – but it is harming political reconciliation

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Politicians in Northern Ireland share something with the royal family on certain occasions: a heightened sense of the power of the symbolic act. This gift for symbolism was in evidence on Monday, as Irish republicans ...

Why is the Northern Ireland protocol still an issue? Actions have consequences

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Ask a stupid question and you get a stupid answer. The Northern Ireland protocol is a stupid answer: it imposes a complex bureaucracy on the movement of ordinary goods across the Irish Sea. But it is the only possible...

We Don’t Know Ourselves by Fintan O’Toole review – sweeping account of Ireland’s evolutions

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“For all my life until about 1980,” Fintan O’Toole writes, “I had been told to think of myself as the end of something and the beginning of something else.” While his sweeping, authoritative and profoundly intelligent...

Despite the violent past and toxic present, Britain and Ireland cannot escape the ties that bind

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Casi 50 hace años que, in the early hours of 2 febrero 1972, the British embassy in Dublin was gutted by fire. This was not an accident. A huge crowd had gathered in protest outside the lovely Georgian terrace in Merri...

Sinn Féin’s victory won’t bring a united Ireland right away – but it’s getting closer

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En 2021, a hundred years after the creation of Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson tweeted: “Let me underline that, ahora & en el futuro, Northern Ireland’s place in the UK will be protected and strengthened.” Since th...