Brexit vote increasingly likely to lead to Irish reunification

Nicola Sturgeon with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the British Irish council meeting [Image: Getty Images].
Nicola Sturgeon with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the British Irish council meeting [Image: Getty Images].
When the EU referendum result became clear, This Writer believed it would be impossible to argue against a reunification vote.

Right through the campaign, we were told a vote for Brexit would jeopardise the conditions of the Good Friday Agreement and the Northern Ireland peace process.

Northern Irish voters understood that, and voted to remain in the EU; but many English and Welsh voters – perhaps mistakenly thinking they were punishing MPs who were all for Brexit – voted to leave.

If it happens – either along with Scottish independence or alone – such an event will seal David Cameron’s position in history as the worst failure ever to be said to be prime minister of the United Kingdom.

Not only did he preside over the country’s economic ruin and sell its valuable resources to asset-stripping privateers, he will also have caused the country’s demise and disintegration.

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland has said that the chance that the island will be reunified after almost 80 years is now likely after the UK voted to leave the EU.

Enda Kenny, the Taoiseach or Prime Minister, has said that the European Union must be prepared for the eventuality that Northern Ireland will seek to join the Irish republic to retain EU status.

Like Scotland, Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU, but will be forced to leave because an overall majority of UK voters opted to back Brexit.

Politicians had warned in advance of the vote that the fragile peace in the north of Ireland could be jeopardised if the UK left the EU, with the possible return of contentious border checkpoints likely to inflame tensions.

Source: Increasingly likely Ireland WILL be reunified in wake of Brexit vote according to Taoiseach Enda Kenny – Daily Record

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4 Thoughts to “Brexit vote increasingly likely to lead to Irish reunification”

  1. dogpower

    There should be only one Ireland its long over due, the Irish are a great people and will get on better without the English

  2. In all likelyhood Brexit will never happen. The legal process of asking to ratify its inherent illegality which is being presented to the High Court and thus then to the Supreme Court has a good 3/4 years life in it.
    By then everything will be in place to make it an irrelevancy.
    The hot and bothered nature of the whole vote jamboree was merely to show the public how irrelevant they are to Government Of The People by The Government.

    Our only hope is that Jeremy comes home to clear the Aegean Stables of its manure

    1. dan

      We will end. Back with APAC. 172 scarbs. Greens. Libs. But don’t hold you’re breath

      1. Mike Sivier

        And what’s that in English?

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