During a visit to Dublin on 5 February 1971 James Callaghan MP, former Labour British Home Secretary, met with Dr Patrick Hillery, Minister for External Affairs. Mr Callaghan began by […]

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What do Ireland, India-Pakistan and Israel-Palestine have in common? All have experience of British rule and partition and all, in the words of Gyan Pandey (Johns Hopkins) ‘have contested pasts […]

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Remarkably, for a figure who has failed to attract the attention of a serious biographer, there is hardly a volume on any aspect of early twentieth-century history in which Bulmer […]

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Despite his long and significant political career Frederick James ,Allan, usually known simply as Fred Allan, is a relatively forgotten figure in the history of late nineteenth and early twentieth-century Ireland. […]

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On 2 July 1790 two young men engaged in a spirited argument over the merits of the Whig party in the public gallery of the Irish House of Commons. The […]

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