July 8, 2012

UK-Irish Relations in for a Realignment

Paul Gillespie, Irish Times

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IT IS just as well that official British-Irish relations are so good now, given the likely strains they will undergo in coming years as the euro survives or fails and as Scotland votes on whether to become independent from the United Kingdom.

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