The NI/ROI Protocol

nivilla1982

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Livestock Farmer
Éireann go bragh! Come on man, get with the mood music.
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Though I prefer the more direct statement "No Surrender" ;)
 

yin ewe

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Co Antrim
Will the majority in the south support a new Ireland ? A new flag anthem and constitution, changes to education and health systems. If anyone thinks it’s as simple as us joining them and following their current system is living in dream land

I haven't heard or seen anything to convince me that a united Ireland would be better for the people of NI.
 

Joe

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Location
Carlow Ireland
Will the majority in the south support a new Ireland ? A new flag anthem and constitution, changes to education and health systems. If anyone thinks it’s as simple as us joining them and following their current system is living in dream land
Simple answer to question of accepting changes is yes, its widely acknowledged that will happen.
 

Ashtree

Member
financially NI wood be worse in a United Ireland the south couldn't afford us
Nobody can afford you lot. The Etonian farts, have now come around to accepting that your “importance” to the union, is never more a price worth paying financially. Plus of course the sheer endless political time and attention taken up by NI, is yet another price no longer worth paying.

The reality is, London would be happy and relieved, if you stopped sucking it dry, and endlessly whinging and whining in it‘s ear.

The other reality is that a big part of your population want a United Ireland or “another” Ireland, whatever that is. A second and growing cohort of your population have a declining affinity with GB, and are open to one or other of the above Irelands.

The third reality is that political unionism and it’s leaders, are utterly useless and incapable of making any sort of case, to keep the union. In fact, they are grist to the mill, of those who want out, and those who are prepared to look at alternatives.

Me…. I vote from ROI, that you all stay away. We have enough to be getting on with.
 

JimAndy

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Mixed Farmer
Simple answer to question of accepting changes is yes, its widely acknowledged that will happen.

yet that poll a few months ago (can remember if t was the Irish times or independent ) showed that the majority of people in RoI would be against a new flag/anthem/anything to make the north more welcome. it also show a massive drop in uniting the Island of Ireland if it put up their tax's

financially NI wood be worse in a United Ireland the south couldn't afford us

that an old myth based on the RoI of the pre 1970's, currently RoI has a much higher GDP that the UK and can "afford us", thrown in the fact that if there was a "united" ireland bot the EU and the USA would be throwing money at it like there was no tomorrow. money is not a issue

Starting to feel like last desperate movement to save an artificial Union. Really started to feel like a United Ireland just a matter of time now tbh either 10 or 20 years it’s irrelevant. Big discussions to be had, head in the sand & No No No not much use anymore

There might well be a vote in 10-20 years for a "united" ireland. but what you want is a peacefully united ireland and for that to happen you looking at a 100 years, basically till everyone who remembers the "troubles" is dead
 

wdah/him

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Location
tyrone
New Ireland?
2 questions, how is it new and how o is it afforded.

SF once said there will be a united ireland that Britain will pay for, surely that means a United Ireland like what Northern Ireland people are currently used to? So now they say new Ireland when referring to it but not define it all they want is a vote to say people want it but never give how it will work, sounds like brexit.

Funny I know quite a few putting up posters and all and organising republican commerations to those killed and if it wasn't for the British government and handouts and working the systems they would have to work, and probly not live as high of lifestyle.

The worlds changing most people regardless of relegion, would like stability for then next few years I would think.
 

Joe

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Location
Carlow Ireland
😂😂no harm to you sir but dreamland. I can’t see many in the south wanting much to change to accommodate us. As for the red hand on their flag🤪
Change what a flag, removal of church from school structures there is already a majority for these
yet that poll a few months ago (can remember if t was the Irish times or independent ) showed that the majority of people in RoI would be against a new flag/anthem/anything to make the north more welcome. it also show a massive drop in uniting the Island of Ireland if it put up their tax's



that an old myth based on the RoI of the pre 1970's, currently RoI has a much higher GDP that the UK and can "afford us", thrown in the fact that if there was a "united" ireland bot the EU and the USA would be throwing money at it like there was no tomorrow. money is not a issue



There might well be a vote in 10-20 years for a "united" ireland. but what you want is a peacefully united ireland and for that to happen you looking at a 100 years, basically till everyone who remembers the "troubles" is dead
See not impossible have a conversation, but everything needs to be on the table troubles, sectarianism, civil right abuses, flags, and future.
 

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HSENI names new farm safety champions

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

Two of these champions are Malcom Downey, retired principal inspector for the Agri/Food team in HSENI and Harry Sinclair, current chair of the Farm Safety Partnership and former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Improving farm safety is the key aim of HSENI’s and the FSP’s work and...
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