Brexit and the Good Friday agreement
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The landmark peace deal struck between the British and Irish governments in 1998 paved the way for power-sharing between unionists and nationalists in Northern Ireland and ended a 30-year conflict. Henry McDonald reports on how the Good Friday agreement is once again under scrutiny as Britain approaches Brexit. Plus Jason Burke on the political crisis in Zimbabwe

For decades, the conflict in Northern Ireland was rarely out of the news. Then a landmark peace deal, the Good Friday agreement, set...

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