Irish No Vote on Lisbon Treaty — “Where’s Your F**king Pride?”

European Tribune – Community, Politics & Progress.

Michael Lillis once ran the Anglo-Irish section of the Department of Foreign and was a central player in the British Irish peace process. As heavyweight civil servants go, they don’t come much heavier. Now retired, he has written a Letter to the Editor (below the fold) outlining the consequences, as he sees them, of the Irish No vote in the Lisbon Treaty Referendum.

In light of the article on early Irish opposition to European integration I have coming out in New Hibernia Review early next year, this post and the LTE included in it is giving me flashbacks.

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