Boris Johnson and the Tories focused on a narrow Brexit agenda, not the interests of Ireland.
We fought and secured protections for our economy, prevention of a hard border and the Good Friday Agreement.
Those protections must be fully implemented.
"People will consider if they want to be part of a narrow inward Brexit looking Britain or part of something better which is inclusive, outward looking and is within the EU. Now is the time to plan, now is the time to have the conversation on Irish Unity" – @MONeillSF #bbcqt
Bringing #Ireland's History to Life.🇮🇪
My colourised photo featuring the firing party giving three volleys over the grave of Joseph McGuinness T.D. at Glasnevin Cemetery on the 2nd of June 1922. McGuinness took part in fighting in the Four Courts during the Easter Rising in 1916.
If number 1 on your list of 'why Joe and Boris will get on fine' is 'because Biden's great, great, great grandfather fled the famine in Ireland, then part of the UK' fear might be struggling @Telegraph
Replying to @daraobriain: It’s pretty astonishing that you can be the Chief Political Correspondent of The Telegraph and think that if, it had any r…
JFK was also inaugurated on this day 60 years ago. RIP
He too believed in Irish Unity and laid a wreath at the graves of the leaders of The 1916 Rising while in Ireland.
“No people ever believed more deeply in the cause of Irish freedom than the people of the United States.”
It’s pretty astonishing that you can be the Chief Political Correspondent of The Telegraph and think that if, it had any relevance at all, the Irish Famine would make somebody MORE sympathetic to Britain. (Note the sub-clause, angry twitter: I’m not carrying any famine grudge).
Bringing #Ireland's History to Life. 🇮🇪
My restored and colourised c1865 photo of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa in Mountjoy Prison. He founded the Phoenix National and Literary Society and dedicated his life to working towards the establishment of an independent Irish Republic.
Bringing #Ireland's History to Life.🇮🇪🌹
My colourised photo of the impressive scenes from the funeral of Michael Collins on August 22nd, 1922 passing the G.P.O. as seen from Nelson's Pillar on O'Connell Street which includes people sitting on the roof of the General Post Office.
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