Young people didn’t see the horrors. But they still care about the Good Friday agreement
the Guardian -

Even those who weren’t born by the end of Northern Ireland’s dark days know how important peace is. We can’t let them down• Joe McHugh is the Irish chief whip

In 1983, as a young lad in Loreto convent in Milford, Co Donegal, a border county in Ireland, you had three choices as a football supporter: Liverpool and Celtic, Manchester United and Celtic, or Arsenal and Celtic. I didn’t yet follow an English team, never mind a Scottish one. I was told in no uncertain terms that I’d be supporting...

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