INDEPENDENCE DAY

Charlie Flanagan

Charlie Flanagan


GIVEN THE Government’s agonising over making good on its promise of new public holidays, it is unsurprising that events this weekend passed without much in the way of popular celebrations. Largely a ceremonial affair even in its centenary, what is dubbed “Ireland’s Independence Day” in recent commentary has nothing of the fanfare officially encouraged in... Read more »

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