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The Republic and Northern Ireland since 1990
Michael Parker

in the major cities and their suburbs, in which roads are now often gridlocked, public transport unable to cope, schools oversubscribed and houses unaffordable for young first-time buyers.17 Alarmingly, 20 per cent of the Irish population still exist below the poverty line.18 Opposition parties made much of this social and economic imbalance during the May 2007 election, yet still lost. What came to be seen as the Robinson era witnessed also major changes in social legislation, particularly in relation to the politics of sexual relations and reproductive practices

in Irish literature since 1990