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The return of the Irish question

Despite tensions between London and Dublin over Brexit and the murder of Lyra McKee, the Good Friday Agreement is strong enough to survive. 

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New Statesman magazine

Return of the Irish question

How an ancient conflict is destabilising the British state, by John Bew.

Plus: Kristin Surak on a new era for imperial Japan, Melissa Harrison asks who owns England, and Helen Lewis on Nigel Farage and a tough BBC interview.

The return of the Irish question

Despite tensions between London and Dublin over Brexit and the murder of Lyra McKee, the Good Friday Agreement is strong enough to survive. 

What the EU has learned from Brexit

This was Europe’s “Machiavellian moment”, the point at which a political order comes to terms with its own mortality.

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What the EU has learned from Brexit

This was Europe’s “Machiavellian moment”, the point at which a political order comes to terms with its own mortality.