We now notice many northern accents of people who live and work in the republic. These can be from people of any creed. Because its close to a 50-50 scenario, they can easily pass for whatever religion they please. Welcome in peace and long may it continue.
But, a question arises. A person from the republic ( which is predominantly Catholic) can peacefully coexist in the North ? or not ? What about in a Nationalist neighbourhood ? or in a Loyalist neighbourhood ? Are there any statistics on those who grew up outside of Northern Ireland and now live there ? Be they from the British mainland or the Republic.
Please keep the discussion polite and respectful at all times.
Do accents matter? - Telegraph