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Posts Tagged: Ireland
I strongly believe that patriotism is the best approach to achieving social cohesion across what has become a broadly diverse nation.
Also: Lessons for unionists as Canada emerges from the shadow of separatism; and MoD accused of leaking against the Welsh government.
As President Higgins visits the UK, it’s time to recognise that our bonds with his country are varied and resilient.
Lord Lexden: 35 years ago today, Airey Neave was murdered – and the course of British politics changed
Had Margaret Thatcher’s Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary lived, Unionism might have been revived throughout the United Kingdom.
Also: Police find ‘no evidence of criminality’ in Unite’s Falkirk emails; Ian S Smart sees Tory chance in SNP weakness; and Wales could lose £7m to English universities.
In Bristol, Bonar Law conceded that Nationalist Ireland could have Home Rule if Unionist Ulster was exempted from it.
What can Ireland, Germany and Sweden teach us about coalition government?
Also in Red, White & Blue: SNP nationalise loss-making airport. And ‘elaborate hoax’ sees false bomb outside offices of Alliance MP
Former Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar urges the EU to “stop smashing the club rules” and return to fiscal conservatism
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter José María Aznar, who was the Prime Minister of Spain from 1996 until 2004,… Read more »
Zoe Healy formerly worked as the Conservative Party Chairman’s Press Officer (to Theresa May and Francis Maude). She also worked… Read more »
Zoe is a former Conservative Party Chairman’s Press Officer (for Theresa May and Francis Maude). She also worked for four… Read more »
By Steve Baker MP Yesterday, the Commons passed the Loans to Ireland Bill using an emergency procedure which saw all… Read more »