Peter Geoghegan: Ulster is still problematic

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After the collapse of the Haass talks, power sharing in Northern Ireland is bound to get even more dysfunctional, writes Peter Geoghegan Have you heard the one about the government minister who, at Christmas, took his cabinet colleague to court in a row over public spending? This might sound like the set-up to a festive gag for political anoraks, ... (more)

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rock white

Blackburn, UK

#1 Jan 11, 2014
just more chattering class crap.

Decent people do not share power with pseudo irish communist thug murderers.


Quite obvious to anyone the HAASS adventure was chattering class appeasement.

Better to eat grass and be honest, than corrupt .


#2 Jan 11, 2014
Communist scum out! This is free britain, we will die defending the uk, blacks whites jews protestant ethnic minorities all will come together and defend this great nation! A nation rich in history a proud history with some of the finest scientists of the last century, and long may it continue,

Sittingbourne, UK

#3 Jan 11, 2014
Just axe all housing benefits and the wogs will have to return to Africa and Asia.

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