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Ex-PM joins fellow former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith in raising concerns over the potential break-up of the United Kingdom.
Two-thirds of people say a border poll should be held at some point in the wake of Brexit.
The annual march in which loyalists celebrate their ties to the United Kingdom comes as Brexit has created a new border in the Irish Sea — and the future of the U.K. is tenuous.
When the Democratic Unionist party decided to support Brexit, many warned that the decision could have profound consequences for Northern Ireland’s position within the UK.
Dogmatic obsession means that Johnson won’t lift a finger to help Northern Ireland.
Leo Varadkar said Fine Gael is the party to "unify our island" in his lifetime.
As some say the call for a border poll on a United Ireland is growing, what would it take to get to that point, and what would it mean to be a Unionist, if the Union no longer exists?
How a referendum would be triggered and the options offered to voters are fraught with difficulty
Northern Ireland’s First Minister Arlene Foster laid out her plan to quit, sparking further upheaval at a time when London and Dublin are seeking to calm tensions in the region.
A majority of people on both sides of the Irish border believes Northern Ireland will have left the UK within 25 years, a poll suggests.
As Belfast reels after another night of violence on its streets, this bloodshed feels darkly reminiscent of the Troubles. Claire McNeilly reports.
Molotov cocktails and barricades have returned to Northern Ireland. The conflict there is 4 centuries old. But Brexit is the new reason why the situation has reached the boiling point in what had been an era of peace.
The renewed tension in Northern Ireland could have far-reaching implications for the future of the United Kingdom - and post-Brexit relations with the EU.
The author of a new paper on what a future united Ireland could look like has said lessons should be learned from Brexit when it comes to avoiding a "chaotic" poll.
But survey finds public split on whether Brexit will make any difference to unity debate.
It emerged today that the party has placed adverts, calling for a United Ireland referendum, in a number of prominent American newspapers.
WHETHER OR NOT Ireland moves to hold a referendum on unity in the coming years, discussing how such a vote might happen is a useful exercise.
BEFORE THE BREXIT vote, Northern Ireland was on a more stable trajectory.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has stressed the importance of reconciliation as he pushed back against recent calls in the United States for a referendum on Irish unity.
A much bigger driver of the unity chatter is, of course, Brexit and the out-workings of the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol, in particular the Irish sea border that Secretary of State Brandon Lewis denies exists.
Brexit has made a united Ireland more likely, the Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon has stated.
FORMER Taoiseach Bertie Ahern believes a referendum on Irish unity should take place before 2030 but only following preparation.
TUV leader urges DUP and Ulster Unionists to unite with him against ‘perilous’ threat to union.