Dublin must listen to voice of northern nationalists

Brian Feeney
It's thirty years since Garret FitzGerald and Margaret Thatcher signed the Anglo-Irish Agreement at Hillsborough Castle on November 15 1985 while a unionist mob bayed outside. Until the Good Friday Agreement it was the most momentous occasion between the Irish and British governments since partition. The key feature of the agreement was that it gave the Irish government the right to a say in the north's affairs. Dublin was entitled to put forward ‘views and proposals' on any northern matters not devolved and of course in 1985 nothing had been devolved. Secondly it established a permanent sec[...]

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