Northern Ireland Motorways and Main Roads Map (Motorways &

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Each ward is coloured to indicate the proportion of Roman Catholics who make up the population. Caught between them was the British government, desperate to achieve reconciliation and peace in Northern Ireland but unsure how to facilitate it. Thatcher gained increased popularity by her actions in the Falkland Islands conflict with Argentina; she led the Conservatives to victory again in 1983 and 1987, the latter an unprecedented third consecutive general election win.

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Publisher: Geographia; New edition edition (January 4, 1993)

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