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Northern Ireland is under the rule of the British monarchy and British Prime Minister. Personally speaking, I have always seen ghost stories as being an important part of our oral tradition and see myself as a collector of folklore rather than a paranormal investigator. None the less, the largest companies in the Confederation by revenue remain mostly tertiary sector industries. Stability in the population has resulted from the fact that many Catholics were forced to go to London to escape unemployment.

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