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9 hours ago, Newryrep said:

It has close to xxxx all to do with a funeral that took place months ago - it is distraction politics to avoid the elephant in the room when they thought they were getting a hard border on the island ( ahh back to the good oul  days) but ended up with a sea border and a few more forms to fill in ( which I might add the rest of the island has had to adapt because of England’s decision so the rump of loyalism can suck it the xxxx up especially with the influence they had at Westminster 

Hence the exclamation mark.

 

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On 4/7/2021 at 11:40 PM, Dave78 said:

Yes, the majority in the republic would vote for it (all the polling backs this up)

 

 

Out of interest, if there was a border poll would there have to be a majority vote for Yes on both sides of the border for it to pass?

On 4/8/2021 at 3:20 PM, Dave78 said:

Some here in Ireland would argue that we should take them, as most of their ancestors emigrated from Scotland in the first place.

That's a bit harsh.  It's a bit like blaming pigs for botulism.

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52 minutes ago, scotlad said:

Out of interest, if there was a border poll would there have to be a majority vote for Yes on both sides of the border for it to pass?

 

Aye. That was the case with the GFA, so no doubt it'd be the same for unification. 

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10 hours ago, Lamia said:

If they don't see what is wrong with this on so many levels....

 

Stop petrol bombing busses as a mark of respect!

 

 

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Because it is just so respectful to the Queen and the Royal Family to be throwing petrol bombs and attacking buses at other times! 

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6 hours ago, Rolling hIlls said:

Not interested in Ireland.   My country is Scotland.  Same as I wouldn't be interested in Canada.  There will be a lot of Unionist supporters disappointed with our next vote here.  Let Ireland be what it will be.  Nothing to do with us.

Happy Birthday you stranger . Never been to Belfast myself. Would love to visit, and Canada. 
 

flat land hereabouts. Are you scared of the future RH ? Do you think you UK Unionists will start being violent in Scotland too after the Duke is interred ?  

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10 hours ago, Shaundy said:

Happy Birthday you stranger . Never been to Belfast myself. Would love to visit, and Canada. 
 

flat land hereabouts. Are you scared of the future RH ? Do you think you UK Unionists will start being violent in Scotland too after the Duke is interred ?  

HI stranger.  What meant was that I am not interested in the politics of other countries.  Love to go to Canada, my cousin is over there.  And Ramy!!  Might go there next year.  I don't fear about Scotland's future.  Anyone that doesn't want to stay here after independence can move 👍

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