Brexit is changing the face of politics in the North
In the face of a possible British crash-out, the new civic nationalist movement is attracting Protestant as well as Catholic support
Brexit knows no parameters. The prospect of the GAA in Ulster supporting a border poll in the aftermath of Brexit has now surfaced.
Armagh’s Jarleth Burns suggested on radio that were there to be a border poll, the GAA should publicly declare its support for a united Ireland. Derry’s Joe Brolly, following up, went even further and called on the GAA to support the campaign for a border poll.
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