TODAY IN IRISH HISTORY (published by For the Love of Being Irish)
1920: Dail Cabinet meets to discuss details of treaty proposed by London. Following an acrimonious and (it seems) poorly minuted meeting, Michael Collins and colleagues were asked to return to London for further negotiations.
1992: IRA explodes two bombs in Manchester injuring more than sixty.
2004: Seems so long ago! Irish exchequer announced figures to end November showed a surplus of €1.8 billion.
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