Morality and the Irish border

According to the crime writer Anthony Quinn, the border on the island of Ireland, made suddenly visible again by the Brexit talks, has always been about “more than checkpoints, fortified police stations and a sudden deterioration in the road surface”. In his view, since partition, it has contributed to “a distortion in the psyche and the moral view”. He explains how in a piece for The Irish Times.

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