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Border Countries: Ireland, since 1994 the Channel Tunnel beneath the English Channel links the UK with France. If you're traveling in a group, you'll love our tours of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Late in the 19th century and early in the 20th, the Irish Home Rule or Nationalist Party, which demanded the establishment of a devolved legislature for Ireland, held at times the balance of power between Liberals and Conservatives. It covers the same territory as the Free State, but adopted a new constitution in 1937.

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Publisher: Northern Ireland Tourist Board (February 14, 2000)

ISBN: 1861930917

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