I haven’t heard the reproductive rights of Irish students discussed once.
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‘Being Irish has never felt so good’
JAMES MACNAMARA looks upwards and yet not northwards, and finds a vision of the west of Ireland that’s patched up its quantum instabilities with lots of accents and jokes.
A unique perspective into how London’s police force has a lot to learn; from a writer who grew up in Northern Ireland.
On day 2 The Tab’s fearless reporters encounter cheerleaders, Guinness and an International hockey match.