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A hundred years ago this week, as it was struggling to suppress
Ireland’s fight for freedom, the British war cabinet first endorsed a
unionist proposal for setting up two devolved parliaments - one in
Dublin and one in Belfast. Historian Cormac Moore looks at the
background to Britain’s partition of Ireland (abridged, from the Irish
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