Friday February 21, 2020

David McWilliams: A nation once again? Don’t write it off

If Britain leaves the EU, it could start a domino effect - at the end of which is a united Ireland

15th May, 2016

H ere’s a scenario that might not be too far-fetched. It is not, by any stretch of the imagination, one that would be welcomed here; but it could happen. What will happen if Britain votes to leave the European Union in five weeks’ time?

What happens to Northern Ireland? The DUP is campaigning for Brexit, but Brexit may loosen the UK so much that the DUP could be signing its own death...

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