Analysis: How likely is an Irish border poll?
Boris Johnson’s first trip to Northern Ireland as prime minister ended with a stand-off over a referendum on Irish unification – what would it take for such a vote to happen?
NORTHERN IRELAND can relax. Boris Johnson, the peacemaker, has arrived.
Interview: Scotland’s referendum experience has provided a template for the Irish Left, says MLA Gerry Carroll
The People Before Profit MLA for West Belfast talks Brexit, democratic rights and the breakup of Britain with CommonSpace
GERRY CARROLL has been a distinctive left-wing voice within the political landscape of Northern Ireland for almost a decade.
Theresa May expresses doubt in UK victory as Sinn Féin push for Irish unification vote
The Prime Minister reportedly told Jacob Rees-Mogg that she lacks confidence in winning a possible unity vote
PRIME MINISTER Theresa May fears that British unionism might be defeated in a referendum on Irish unification, according to reports.
Sources quoted in the Times newspaper said that May expressed her doubts during an exchange with Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, who argued: “If there was a border poll, I have no doubt we would win, as the UK did in Scotland.”