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Britain should compensate Ireland

Mary Dejevsky's article took my breath away.

Rather than Britain "selling Ulster to the Republic", is not the reverse solution morally and legally correct?

Britain, after some hundred years of colonialism in Ireland, creating the maelstrom which still exists in Ulster, should in fact compensate Ireland as a whole in such an unlikely handback transaction.

Michael Keyes, Garryvoe, Co Cork

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