Have just read the article and I am sure that the author is trying to say something, I am not going to spend the time again reading it to see if I can decide. My daughters partner has an "Irish Passport" and I was told why he wanted it at the time, but for the life of me I can't remember.
Have often encountered a veiled hostility to my ethnicity, but have always dismissed it as jealousy, which seems to be the easiest way of dealing with it otherwise I might get too excited.
I was always told that "half the world is Irish and the other half wish that they were.....
I was determined not to spend the rest of my life there and some of the images in this article speak volumes about how the British regard the Irish... and now they want out passports... We should introducet a robust 'citizenship test' so we filter out the 'plastic paddies'.... I will add that there are many British who are proud of their Irish ancestory.
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