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    Default A United Ireland in the United Kingdom?

    If there was a reffurendum tomorrow, How many people here who vote to rejoin the United Kingdom?

    I mean there are no bad side effects of joining the United Kingdom - However paranoid Republicans or Nationalists might invent something e.g. Sínn Féin/IRA.
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    Quit trolling you moron. How many people in Britain in a referendum would vote to be ruled by the Romans again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unionist
    If there was a reffurendum tomorrow, How many people here who vote to rejoin the United Kingdom?

    I mean there are no bad side effects of joining the United Kingdom - However paranoid Republicans or Nationalists might invent something e.g. Sínn Féin/IRA.
    I didnt see the late late show so I have no real idea who will win the eurosong, however, I heard one of the contestants was thrown out so as they say its all still to play for.

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    Default Re: A United Ireland in the United Kingdom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unionist
    If there was a reffurendum tomorrow, How many people here who vote to rejoin the United Kingdom?

    I mean there are no bad side effects of joining the United Kingdom - However paranoid Republicans or Nationalists might invent something e.g. Sínn Féin/IRA.
    Not me, sorry, my friend, count me out.





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    If the question is confined to the 26 counties, then I'd guess about 1-2%.

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    I don't know if we would want Eire back, the place has gone to hell, I mean where are the Lord Northcliffes of today?

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    Which, given the 3-6% British citizenry resident in the Republic would indicate that even Brits living here wouldn't want Brit rule. (Probably something to do with their having experienced it.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCSkinner
    Quit trolling you moron. How many people in Britain in a referendum would vote to be ruled by the Romans again?
    Idiot.
    Harsh...

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    Default Re: A United Ireland in the United Kingdom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unionist
    If there was a reffurendum tomorrow, How many people here who vote to rejoin the United Kingdom?

    I mean there are no bad side effects of joining the United Kingdom - However paranoid Republicans or Nationalists might invent something e.g. Sínn Féin/IRA.
    It wouldn't be quite as close as the divorce referendum. I can envisage that it would be defeated something like 60:40 maybe.

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    Default Re: A United Ireland in the United Kingdom?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unionist
    If there was a reffurendum tomorrow, How many people here who vote to rejoin the United Kingdom?

    I mean there are no bad side effects of joining the United Kingdom - However paranoid Republicans or Nationalists might invent something e.g. Sínn Féin/IRA.

    Errr, who is this eejit?
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