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If Sinn Fein wants unity so badly, how come its voters aren’t fussed?

Malachi O'Doherty


Majority may want a united Ireland, but they won’t pay for it

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Stance: a poll suggested some are unwilling to lose the tricolour in a united Ireland. Credit: Tom Burke

Stance: a poll suggested some are unwilling to lose the tricolour in a united Ireland. Credit: Tom Burke

Stance: a poll suggested some are unwilling to lose the tricolour in a united Ireland. Credit: Tom Burke

What kind of Ireland do you want? Some want a united Ireland that absorbs Northern Ireland and retains the national anthem and flag. Others want a new Ireland, a merger of the two parts into something different from what went before.

The new Ireland, they say, would be richer and more diverse.


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