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Irish Foreign minister Simon Coveney describes as "worrying" a reported Conservative Party manifesto pledge that would prevent British soldiers from facing prosecution for crimes allegedly committed during the Northern Ireland Troubles.

After years of Brexit chaos, it seems the UK is still a fair way off actually leaving the EU, largely due to disagreement on how to deal with the Irish border. Waleed Aly is in Northern Ireland - a nation on edge about returning to the troubles of the past.

ew predicted that the Irish border would become the defining issue of Brexit – but then again, the British media never really understood the Troubles. @GreensladeR  on how Britain still doesn’t get Northern Ireland.

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#RawPolitics  | The Irish backstop has been the sticking point in the Brexit negotiations. There are fears that a no-deal Brexit could exacerbate sectarian tensions along the border. ➡️ Are you worried about a return to 'The Troubles' in Northern Ireland?

If Beijing continues with its ultra-hardline approach, it is possible Hong Kong will descend into a situation resembling the Northern Irish “Troubles” of the 1970s and 1980s. #HongKongProtests 

Jamil Anderlini: If Beijing continues with its ultra-hardline approach, it is possible Hong Kong will descend into a situation resembling the Northern Irish 'Troubles' of the 1970s and 1980s

Filmmaker and writer @markcousinsfilm  presents a personal perspective on the Northern Irish Troubles through the prism of film, revealing how his passion for cinema was fuelled in Belfast. 50 Years of The Troubles: A Journey Through Film, tonight 10.20pm

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In August 1976, during the Northern Irish Troubles, MaireadCorrigan’s sister’s three children were killed in Belfast. Betty Williams witnessed the tragedy and with Corrigan she founded a peace organisation to bring an end to the bitter conflict in Northern Ireland.

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