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Posted on 25 April 2018 at 12:06 GMT

Caerphilly & RCT Branch Socialist Party: How can a socialist Northern Ireland be built post-Brexit?

Wednesday 25th April 2018, 7pm

Kings Arms, Caerphilly

Northern Ireland has loomed large in the news reporting around Brexit. The need to maintain peace has been given as a reason for staying in the single market to make sure a 'hard' border can be avoided. Meanwhile new tensions have been building with the main parties failing to reach agreement and the Tories in Westminster being propped up by the DUP. What would be a socialist solution to these issues?

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