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Labour policy is to be neutral on NI, but has anyone told Sir Keir?

Jon Tonge


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Sir Keir Starmer with former Shadow NI secretary Louise Haigh at Parliament Buildings during a visit to Belfast. Credit: Peter Morrison

Sir Keir Starmer with former Shadow NI secretary Louise Haigh at Parliament Buildings during a visit to Belfast. Credit: Peter Morrison

Sir Keir Starmer with former Shadow NI secretary Louise Haigh at Parliament Buildings during a visit to Belfast. Credit: Peter Morrison

Sir Keir Starmer, your next Prime Minister? You might not take a short price. But as the polls narrow, a Labour government and Northern Ireland is worthy of thought.

It is almost orthodoxy that Conservative governments are avowedly unionist, but antagonise unionists more than Labour. Ending Stormont in the 1970s, introducing the Anglo-Irish Agreement of the 1980s and signing the NI Protocol offer three exhibits.


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