It is arguable that the eventual decision to send in the troops while leaving the Stormont regime intact was the greatest mistake of British policy during the Troubles. It is […]

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‘I knew Lynch very well because he had been minister for finance when I had been chancellor. For years before I knew him and thought him to be a very […]

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Contrary to a widespread impression, the British political élite actually had a reasonable degree of acquaintance with Northern Ireland, and Ireland as a whole, before the Troubles broke out. (Denis […]

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How did a self-professed revolutionary socialist draw throngs of Irish-American conservatives? Like its British and Irish counterparts, the American press fell over itself to paint her as a Dark Rosaleen. […]

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The tour was organised by the unlikely team of physical-force Irish-American republicans and Brian Heron, leader of the newly formed National Association for Irish Justice. An experienced left-wing political organiser, […]

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