Andrew McQuillan

Another set of Northern Irish elections won’t solve anything

The unsuitability of Stormont’s mandatory coalition has been obvious for some time

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Andrew McQuillan
Andrew McQuillan writes about politics and unionism across the UK. He is Scottish and has lived and studied in Belfast for several years.

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