The recent opinion poll by the BBC indicated that a majority of people, north and south of the Irish border, believe that a reunited Ireland
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Imagine people in Britain were informed Brexit would not happen because only 52 percent had voted for it and that such a divisive issue now
This is a recording of the Zoom-hosted debate “Northern Ireland at 100: Is Unionism emotionally ready for conversation about a united Ireland?”. Enjoy!
3 May is not just the centenary of Northern Ireland; it is also the centenary of the United Kingdom in its current form. Prime minister
Originally published on spiked. Does Arlene Foster’s resignation signal the beginning of the end for power-sharing or just another spin of the wheel? Northern Ireland’s
In case you missed it last week this is the paper delivered by Neale Richmond TD on planning and preparing for a border poll and
Monday 3rd May: register for this IrishBorderPoll debate When asked what he wanted for unionism David Trimble once answered: “To be left alone.” Writing in
Irishborderpoll today launches a new series of articles on ‘Imagining the new Ireland’. We hope to feature a diverse range of people from all walks
Martin Luther King declared that the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. As we approach the centenary of partition
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
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