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Is the Irish Sea border a threat to unionism – and what should unionists do now? Susan McKay, Arthur Aughey, Stephen McCarthy, Jean Bleakney and Ed Curran offer advice to the politicians


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Threats: Graffiti in Larne sparked by the Irish sea border and the NI Protocol

Threats: Graffiti in Larne sparked by the Irish sea border and the NI Protocol

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Threats: Graffiti in Larne sparked by the Irish sea border and the NI Protocol

With unionism in crisis, Editor-at-Large Gail Walker finds out the views of opinion formers.

Susan McKay

Unionism is a threat to unionism and a threat to the union. The Irish Sea border is just the proof of this. The DUP thought it could shout "no surrender" in Parliament and use Brexit to get back to the good old days, when the border was the border, there was no "north-southery" and they could ignore the "other side", crocodiles, Lundy's and all.


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