60% support for united Ireland remarkably low for Republic. Drops to just 41% if people have to pay higher taxes which of course they will to fund public services, pensions & replace the NHS in NI. Debunks idea that a united Ireland is inevitable. Let’s make Northern Ireland work

12:41 PM · Nov 28, 2021

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Ironically the NI Protocol could be your greatest argument against a UI, but you want to trash it.
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It's irrelevant what the people in the Republic think. A border poll can only happen of the Secretary of State thinks their is likely to be a majority for a United Ireland. So far both Labour and the Conservatives have largely ruled it out.
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This is without any plan or proper debate. Your debate for the union has been laid bare for 100 years and is losing support fast
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No flag or anthem change! Wow! Guess people voting didn't see the offence and disgrace that is.
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What offence?
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Good luck with that Jeffers!!
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I'm amazed they prefer their anthem over a United Ireland. Do many southerners actually know the words?
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We do. In both official languages. Personally, I’d have no issue with changing it, or the flag. They are both just ways in which we say to the world “This is us. This is who we are.”However… when it comes to deciding which Tayto….!!! 😉🤣
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