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46 minutes ago, Co.Down Hibee said:

They wouldn't.

I think a vote on reunification would be a lot closer than Sinn Fein may find comfortable 

A referendum wouldn't be a foregone conclusion

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12 minutes ago, Bandstand said:

I think a vote on reunification would be a lot closer than Sinn Fein may find comfortable 

A referendum wouldn't be a foregone conclusion

The idea of a united Ireland is similar in a sense to an independent Scotland, many like the idea of it but don't necessarily think it would work, 

I still think it'll be a long way off if ever, depending how Brexit ends up it's possible we could see a referendum at some point I suppose.

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You have to look at Sinn Fein’s raisin d’etre.  There has never been greater support in the north for a united Ireland.
 

21% according to a poll in the Independent back in May this year, (Commissioned by the University of Belfast and conducted by Ipsos/MORI)

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2 minutes ago, Peppino Impastato said:

Reunification is only a matter of time.  Those in the republic should get a vote too obviously.

Should English residents get a vote on Scottish independence?

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1 minute ago, Peppino Impastato said:

Scotland isn't part of England.

Northern Ireland isn't part of the Republic of Ireland.

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