An open letter from four Irish students challenging the thinking of the main political parties in Ireland on the question of national reunification. Or rather the lack of thinking despite the changing demographic nature of the UK-administered Six Counties and the challenge posed to both island nations by the issue of Brexit.
To the Nationalist and Republican Parties of Ireland
Dear Sir / Madam,
My friends and I, in light of the recent publication by Queens University Belfast (QUB), ‘Northern Ireland and the UK’s Exit from the EU, what do the people think’, published 21/05/2018 have been reflecting on the polled results. May we communicate our disappointment at these results, specifically in respect of the low appetite for a United Ireland (see Page 44 Figure 7.), but we feel it has allowed time for honest reflection and for us to personally dig down and ask genuine questions; hence this email…
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