It will be a fatal error if the Government tries to seal Nama's toxic spill at Border
One of the most frustrating things about being a 'Northerner' living in the Republic (as I have for 20 years) is the indifference of our brethren south of the Border to those in the 'beleaguered six'.
Despite the feel-good factor about the Good Friday Agreement and the Peace Process (a late add-on in the recent Brexit debate), at times it feels like the North is another country.
The long-standing indifference, occasionally bordering on contempt towards the North, is the reason why I doubt the Republic would vote for a United Ireland if the opportunity arose anytime soon. And it helps explain the initial lethargic 'whatevs' response in the 26 counties to the staggering controversy surrounding Nama and the €1.6bn sale of Project Eagle.