Frank Fairfield

No Surrender

Carson: The Man Who Divided Ireland


Hambledon & London 288pp £19.99 order from our bookshop

The subtitle, though it may seem harsh, is no more than the truth. Without the efforts of Edward (‘Ned’ to his friends) Carson, Ireland would today more than likely be a single state, united politically if not religiously, and Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness would be running a Belfast–Derry taxi service in decent obscurity.

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