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Picking up on Irish Granny and why the British Queen can not offer the Irish a direct apology.
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No apology as such by Elizabeth II but who seriously expected one was ever going to happen. As Terry said if the Queen apologized to the Irish, then she would open up legal avenues for reparations and compensation claims.

This is interesting.
Ireland: Should UK Pay Reparations? John Rees v Ruth Dudley Edwards
John Rees debates with Ruth Dudley Edwards on BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show.
Does Britain have a responsibility to assist Ireland due to centuries of colonial oppression and atrocity?


I have never heard of Ruth Dudley Edwards before. She accuses the British guy of being patronizing, she is the patronizing one, not the British Guy. A google says she is Irish born? She sounds British to me. She sure seems very passionate about the UK and not that concerned about the Irish.
Whatever! this quote says all you need to know about this woman.
Following the Cannes prize announcement, for The Wind That Shakes the Barley, Ruth Dudley Edwards wrote in the Daily Mail on 30 May 2006 that Loach's political viewpoint "requires the portrayal of the British as sadists and the Irish as romantic, idealistic resistance fighters who take to violence only because there is no other self-respecting course," and attacked his career in an article containing inaccuracies. The following week, Edwards continued her attack in The Guardian, admitting that her first article was written without seeing the film (which at that stage had only been shown at Cannes), and asserting that she would never see it "because I can't stand its sheer predictability. So this woman, critics movies that she has never even seen. And when she is found out, she then makes a excuse that makes her look even more intolerant and biased.
Tom Hayden's opinion.
Although she has stated that she is "not in principle against Irish unification", Ms Dudley Edwards has generally been supportive of Unionists in Northern Ireland. Tom Hayden described her as "pro-Loyalist"

Ireland: Should UK Pay Reparations? John Rees v Ruth Dudley Edwards

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The British guy is very together with his knowledge of Ireland. He certainly goes against the stereotype. The British man is informed and sensitive to the Irish.
The Irish woman appears to have all the worst traits of the old British stereotype that could excuse any crime in Ireland, as long as the crime was British.

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