Unionists are preparing for a united Ireland
Those on both sides of the divide in the North believe that Brexit will lead to a border poll
Many in the unionist community now believe there will be a referendum on Irish unity, as provided for under the Good Friday Agreement.
In fact, Sylvia Hermon, independent unionist MP for North Down and widow of the former chief constable of the RUC, said in an interview with the BBC: “I am worried about the consequences of Brexit. In my lifetime I never thought that I would see a border poll and I am now...
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