Irish unity viable as long as all of us willing to sacrifice
It has always been the position of The Sunday Business Post that Ireland, north and south, should be united. It was when this newspaper first started publishing 29 years ago, and it remains the position today.
However, in the period following the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, even this newspaper has had to acknowledge that the collective fervency for such an idea has been washed away by two decades of peace and prosperity, even if the development...
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