A border buried at sea

Riots in Belfast are a European problem too 

TWENTY-THREE YEARS is not a bad run as ceasefires go. That’s how long the Good Friday Agreement ‘succeeded’ in blurring the grievances of both sides - nationalist republicans and pro-British unionists - in the bitter, sectarian struggles for Northern Ireland. Long may it continue.

Rioting on the streets of Belfast over th…

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