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No to a United Ireland.

Ian Paisley

No to a United Ireland.

by Ian Paisley

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Published by [HMSO] in [Belfast] .
Written in English


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ContributionsUlster Democratic Unionist Party.
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL20400234M

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All the latest breaking news on united Ireland. Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on united Ireland. Before I get into this let me put my cards on the table. I am a passionate supporter of a United Ireland. I have never and will never accept the right of a minority in this country to cede from the country. However I have to accept its there. I wi.

Since Brexit, some polls in Northern Ireland have suggested that there is support for a United Ireland. A recent Belfast Telegraph survey of 12, random people asking whether it was time to have a border poll and whether the respondents would vote for it: “7, votes were cast in the space of 24 hours.   - 'LeatherJacketGuy' asks Irish People - Do You Want a 'United Ireland'? - Related Videos: Iri.


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