Brexit may not deliver a united Ireland soon, but it's a challenge that should unite us all

Brexit may not deliver a united Ireland soon, but it's a challenge that should unite us all
Gerry Adams is a key figure in the North Pic: RollingNews.ie

With Brexit looming, neither the North or South is being served well by their elected leaders

One of the perennial problems in discussing the future of the North is that the discussion of itself has a seriously polarising effect on the two main communities there. The underlying conflict of aspirations comes to the surface, however peacefully, and the process of normalising relations between those two communities is set back.

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