A fractured nation

A fractured nation Photo Credit: RTE/Mícheál Lehane Political Correspondent.
Pól Ó Muirí There was a united Ireland of sorts in May when the electorate on the island’s two jurisdictions, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, cast their votes in local and European Union elections. Ironically, it was the party most associated with a united Ireland, Sinn Féin, which did worst at the ballot…
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