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Majortiy of Northern Ireland want to remain in the CU/SM - 48% want to rejoin Ireland on Hard Brexit

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58% of people in Northern Ireland want to stay in single market and customs union after Brexit

An opinion poll of people in Northern Ireland shows nearly 58% want the north to stay in the single market and customs union after Brexit.

Almost 48% favoured joining a united Ireland in the case of a 'Hard Brexit'.

The Lucidtalk opinion
poll, was commissioned by the European United Left and Nordic Green Left groups in the European parliament.

75% believed EU standards should be maintained in the north post-Brexit.

58% of people in Northern Ireland want to stay in single market and customs union after Brexit

The time is right for a United Ireland, we must push not for No Borders but for a referendum on a United Ireland, if Leo can get the North to hold a referendum and we see a United Ireland I will sign up to become a Fine Gael member and vote for them for the rest of my life.

This is our chance!
 

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58% of people in Northern Ireland want to stay in single market and customs union after Brexit

An opinion poll of people in Northern Ireland shows nearly 58% want the north to stay in the single market and customs union after Brexit.

Almost 48% favoured joining a united Ireland in the case of a 'Hard Brexit'.

The Lucidtalk opinion
poll, was commissioned by the European United Left and Nordic Green Left groups in the European parliament.

75% believed EU standards should be maintained in the north post-Brexit.

58% of people in Northern Ireland want to stay in single market and customs union after Brexit

The time is right for a United Ireland, we must push not for No Borders but for a referendum on a United Ireland, if Leo can get the North to hold a referendum and we see a United Ireland I will sign up to become a Fine Gael member and vote for them for the rest of my life.

This is our chance!

Leo and Fine Gael would be too cowardly to do anything like that.
 

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Not a chance in hell that the Republic could even afford the North, not unless the EU has promised to support the Republic of unification.

There seems to be a lot of EU backslapping of Ireland lately, I would be very wary of what their true intentions are, the EU really couldn't care about Ireland, we are just a backwater part of the Empire if they need us its because they are a bigger game afoot.
 

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Not a chance in hell that the Republic could even afford the North, not unless the EU has promised to support the Republic of unification.

There seems to be a lot of EU backslapping of Ireland lately, I would be very wary of what their true intentions are, the EU really couldn't care about Ireland, we are just a backwater part of the Empire if they need us its because they are a bigger game afoot.

Of course we could afford the North - we pay far more in taking in migrants now.