BELFAST, Northern Ireland — When Britain voted last June to leave the European Union, Northern Ireland voted to remain by a clear majority. Along the border with the Republic of Ireland, that majority was even larger, about 64 percent. The referendum was a hard knock for the Borderlanders — a blunt reminder that they are peripheral not only to the geography of Britain but also to the debate about its future ...
|Type||Article for the New York TImes|
|Media of output||Press and online|
|Publisher||New York Times|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 02 Jun 2017|