Irish presidential election raises Nationalist question


Two candidates from Northern Ireland are in the running to become the next president of the Republic of Ireland.

The question has been asked if nationalists north and south of the border are really on the same wavelength?

BBC Newsline's Jennifer O'Leary reports on whether nearly a century of partition has given rise to two tribes of nationalists.

Irish Presidential Election

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