Outcome of Scottish referendum will echo through the North

Unionist politicians in the North have become so insular that they have failed to notice that unionism is no longer primarily subject for the North. It's a Scottish one.

15th June, 2014
Jim Fitzpatrick.

Unionist politicians in the North have become so insular that they have failed to notice that unionism is no longer primarily subject for the North. It’s a Scottish one.

The implications for the North of the Scottish Independence Referendum taking place in less than 100 days, on September 18, will be profound, regardless of the outcome. Yet there has been no consideration given at Stormont. No discussion. No debate. No preparation.

Republicans and nationalists, it...

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