While many in Ireland may be familiar with Sluggerotoole.com , readers of Irishborderpoll.com in Britain may be largely unaware of this popular website. Last month they gave a platform to Gerry Carlisle CEO of Ireland’s Future. In this seminal piece he breaks new ground in calling for a new vocabulary that better captures the many […]
Originally published by The Independent. While most believe it’s not the right time to revisit the issue of Irish unity, Ian Johnston explains how civic groups are working to attract wavering young voters Heather Wilson describes herself as a “freethinker”. Hailing from a Protestant family in North Belfast, in 2017 the 29 year-old became the first woman […]
Brendan Boyle, originally published in The Irish Times. Not a moment must be wasted as responsible efforts facilitate inclusive decision process January was a significant month for relations among and within the four nations that lie just off the west coast of Europe, perhaps the most significant in decades. First, on January 1st, the United […]
Brexit has bulldozed the foundations of the union, so North and South need to prepare Brendan O’Leary, originally published in The Irish Times. Whoever favours keeping Northern Ireland in union with Great Britain, or prefers a united Ireland, needs to prepare for a referendum in the North on that exact choice, followed by a matching referendum in […]
Published by The Constitution Unit, University College London The summary document below deals with frequently asked questions about the timing, wording and conduct of a future border poll. For the full report, download the PDF here.
By Peter Ramsay, originally published by The Full Brexit Remainers’ hopes that Joe Biden will squeeze Britain over the Good Friday Agreement should convince British democrats that, if Brexit is to deliver its democratic potential, we need to support Ireland’s reunification. British Remainers have been very excited by Joe Biden’s election victory. Much is being made of […]
Premiered by Feile An Phobail 2019 This Feile An Phobail debate from Belfast discusses the economics of a United Ireland, how much it might cost and why the Northern Ireland economy so dysfunctional?
Originally published in the Financial Times. Economist David McWilliams argues that demography, finances and the fallout of Brexit are reviving the idea of one Ireland It seems incredible now, but in 1990 an episode in the third series of Star Trek: The Next Generation was deemed so incendiary that it was censored in Britain and […]
Published by Sinn Féin Irish Border Poll will feature a wide range of videos on every aspect of the border poll debate from as many groups as possible.For those unacquainted with the financial and economic debate, this video at 2 minutes and forty one seconds is a great place to dip your toes in the […]