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Brexit deal must be ‘inferior’ to membership to protect EU borders

Brexit may simply lead to a debate on the validity of the UK since this is just another union Continue reading

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Return to the Troubles would be biggest blow dealt by Brexit

Over the centuries that Britain celebrated imperialism, Ireland experienced it. This has culminated in a vastly different outlook between the two islands. Continue reading

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Language: A Polish lesson for Ireland

Travelling outside the English-speaking world is a stark reminder that most of the planet is neither Anglicised nor Americanised. Hysteria over globalisation has prompted many to fear the prevalence of chain stores as a sign that a country is losing … Continue reading

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Níl aon teanga mar do teanga féin

Learning Gaeilge is compulsory during primary and secondary education in Ireland. Most of us graduate with little more than a few phrases drilled into our tongues. Does that mean Gaeilge should be dropped from the curriculum altogether? Is it a … Continue reading

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