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Poll: Have Anglo-Irish relations been strengthened by the President's UK State visit?

The visit has drawn to a close, so we want to know if you think it made a difference.

Image: Peter Macdiarmid

THE HISTORIC STATE visit by President Michael D Higgins to the United Kingdom has drawn to a close.

He spent the week meeting and greeting with a range of British leaders, and stressed that there is currently an unprecedented “closeness and warmth” in relations between the two nations – but did it make any difference?

We want to know: Have Anglo-Irish relations been strengthened by the President’s UK State visit?


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