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Here is an Irish one.
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 20:06 - Sep 11 with 1098 viewsladyjack



Look at how the young would vote up in Scotland.
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 20:20 - Sep 11 with 1072 viewsHighjack

I’d like to meet the 2% of Irish nationalists that want to stay in the uk.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 21:27 - Sep 11 with 1030 viewsexiledclaseboy

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 20:20 - Sep 11 by Highjack

I’d like to meet the 2% of Irish nationalists that want to stay in the uk.




That is bizarre. Perhaps Paddy and Murphy didn’t understand the question.

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 22:40 - Sep 11 with 961 viewsHighjack

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 21:27 - Sep 11 by exiledclaseboy



That is bizarre. Perhaps Paddy and Murphy didn’t understand the question.


Bit like the five percent of unionists who fervently desire a break of the union.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 23:00 - Sep 11 with 935 viewsexiledclaseboy

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 22:40 - Sep 11 by Highjack

Bit like the five percent of unionists who fervently desire a break of the union.


Might be paddy and Murphy again.

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 07:05 - Sep 12 with 838 viewsAnotherJohn

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 23:00 - Sep 11 by exiledclaseboy

Might be paddy and Murphy again.


Or those mischievous Leprechauns!
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 07:32 - Sep 12 with 805 viewsKilkennyjack

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 21:27 - Sep 11 by exiledclaseboy



That is bizarre. Perhaps Paddy and Murphy didn’t understand the question.


Spot on. It would be like having dull tw@ts in wales who believed that posh Tory Brexit was a good thing .... oh hang on ...

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 07:53 - Sep 12 with 794 viewsAnotherJohn

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 07:32 - Sep 12 by Kilkennyjack

Spot on. It would be like having dull tw@ts in wales who believed that posh Tory Brexit was a good thing .... oh hang on ...


And some middle-class Irish types really lapped up the news a few years ago when the RoI had to comply with the EU's Excessive Deficit Procedure. Now curiously they believe the EU would never impose austerity.

https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2016/0518/789262-commission-and-deficits/
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 08:09 - Sep 12 with 777 viewssherpajacob

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 23:00 - Sep 11 by exiledclaseboy

Might be paddy and Murphy again.


Unionists Michael Fitzpatrick and Patrick Fitzmichael prefer the republic.

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:43 - Sep 12 with 681 viewsJonathans_coat

Odd that there didn’t seem to be the third option on the poll. That is Northern Ireland as it’s own independent nation.

By the logic of Brexit this is the perfect solution, as it pleases almost nobody in equal measure!

Let’s be honest here. Brexit has pretty much confirmed the future break up of the UK. Scotland within 10 years, NI within 20, and most likely Wales will follow suit within 30! The momentum will snowball and there will be no stopping it. Like it or lump it, I see it as almost inevitable now.
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:44 - Sep 12 with 680 viewsKilkennyjack

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 07:53 - Sep 12 by AnotherJohn

And some middle-class Irish types really lapped up the news a few years ago when the RoI had to comply with the EU's Excessive Deficit Procedure. Now curiously they believe the EU would never impose austerity.

https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2016/0518/789262-commission-and-deficits/


Uk did not need the eu to impose austerity.

The uk did it to themselves ...and created the very environment that allowed brexit to flourish.

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:52 - Sep 12 with 666 viewssherpajacob

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 07:32 - Sep 12 by Kilkennyjack

Spot on. It would be like having dull tw@ts in wales who believed that posh Tory Brexit was a good thing .... oh hang on ...


at least one Welshman thinks there is an argument for Ireland to rejoin the UK.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/26/john-humphrys-suggests-ireland-

he is, of course, a complete fvckwit

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:53 - Sep 12 with 665 viewsHighjack

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:44 - Sep 12 by Kilkennyjack

Uk did not need the eu to impose austerity.

The uk did it to themselves ...and created the very environment that allowed brexit to flourish.


They did it to comply with EU spending rules but with a smile on their faces.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 17:45 - Sep 12 with 574 viewsAnotherJohn

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:53 - Sep 12 by Highjack

They did it to comply with EU spending rules but with a smile on their faces.


I remember a couple of civil servant acquaintances moaning about a cumulative 10% plus salary cut, but I don't recall the smiles.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/dec/11/ireland-public-sector-pay-cuts
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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 04:34 - Sep 13 with 432 viewsKilkennyjack

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:52 - Sep 12 by sherpajacob

at least one Welshman thinks there is an argument for Ireland to rejoin the UK.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jan/26/john-humphrys-suggests-ireland-

he is, of course, a complete fvckwit


The old saying ‘there is no fool like an old fool’.

John is 76.
Thankfully he retires next week.

11 years too late for everyone.

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 12:45 - Sep 13 with 332 viewsLohengrin

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 11:43 - Sep 12 by Jonathans_coat

Odd that there didn’t seem to be the third option on the poll. That is Northern Ireland as it’s own independent nation.

By the logic of Brexit this is the perfect solution, as it pleases almost nobody in equal measure!

Let’s be honest here. Brexit has pretty much confirmed the future break up of the UK. Scotland within 10 years, NI within 20, and most likely Wales will follow suit within 30! The momentum will snowball and there will be no stopping it. Like it or lump it, I see it as almost inevitable now.


”Odd that there didn’t seem to be the third option on the poll. That is Northern Ireland as it’s own independent nation.”

That has been a school of thought that has resurfaced time and again in Ulster since the early ‘20s, mate. It has never gained a mass audience despite sporadically standing slates of candidates and advancing two not entirely unreasonable propositions: firstly that neither the governments in the south or on the mainland were to be entirely trusted and, secondly, that folk in Ulster of whatever religious persuasion had far more in common with one another than with anybody else.

Given the cyclical nature of politics it’s a baton waiting to be picked up again.

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Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 12:59 - Sep 13 with 315 viewssherpajacob

Latest polls suggest the UK is showing signs of breaking up. on 12:45 - Sep 13 by Lohengrin

”Odd that there didn’t seem to be the third option on the poll. That is Northern Ireland as it’s own independent nation.”

That has been a school of thought that has resurfaced time and again in Ulster since the early ‘20s, mate. It has never gained a mass audience despite sporadically standing slates of candidates and advancing two not entirely unreasonable propositions: firstly that neither the governments in the south or on the mainland were to be entirely trusted and, secondly, that folk in Ulster of whatever religious persuasion had far more in common with one another than with anybody else.

Given the cyclical nature of politics it’s a baton waiting to be picked up again.


Not forgetting that 1/3 of Ulsters 9 counties have already been Gerrymandered out of the UK.

I can see a scenario of a,United Ireland but with devo max for the 6 counties working.

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