A century of division – but this time the dispute is above water


This is a 100-year-old dispute between the Irish and UK governments that does not appear to be close to being resolved.

he partition of Ireland in 1921 and the creation of Northern Ireland resulted in a disagreement between the two governments over the ownership of Lough Foyle, which divides the counties of Donegal and Derry.

A century later and surveys of the Independent Sunday have established that the disagreement persists.


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