What's the problem with having a border between Northern Ireland and Ireland? Perhaps now NI will leave the UK and rejoin Ireland?
- 3 months ago
Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU, but the whole of Ireland doesn’t want to lose the special relationship they have with the UK.
None of this was discussed during the 2016 referendum.
Hopefully, the UK will come to its senses and revoke Article 50.
- 4 months ago
Perhaps you have never heard of the troubles, when NI and ROI hated eachother (and still do some of them) due to the south being mostly catholic and north being mostly protestant. There was a huge amount of trouble between the protestants and catholics. They want to be seperate.
- Anonymous4 months ago
As part of the good friday agreement there was supposed to be a friction less custom less border
- 4 months ago
The Troubles legacy and raise sectarian violence hard border go against the Good Friday Agreement.
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- Orla CLv 74 months ago
While I would love to see the north and south reunited, I don't think we are ready for this yet. I certainly don't think many citizens of the north are ready for it yet, and would need a lot of help adjusting.
- LônLv 74 months ago
Then you'd have to have a border in the Irish sea....
- rustbucketLv 64 months ago
Your question is vague there is already a border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, I hope your not suggesting Ireland join Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland leaving the UK again are you suggesting England and Northern Ireland join Ireland thats news.
- geraldLv 74 months ago
none for you its great isn't it I think the Banks are all crooks and in 2008 should have gone bankrupt those involved Jailed there was no fu**ing referendum then was there ? lets ask the people as you do when in trouble