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Yes For Unity to Address Future Panelist Imbalance

Following constructive criticism received by our followers, Yes For Unity will attempt to address the imbalance on the panels for our future public talks & debates. Our well received and supported events  play an important role within the Irish Unity campaign, and it is important that the entire Irish Unity community and society in general...

With or Without a Border Poll, We Want Irish Unity.

During the week, the British Secretary of State, who has overarching control over the Border Poll mechanism as per the Good Friday Agreement shot the idea down by claiming the threshold to trigger the poll has not been met. This comes as no suprise to the Irish Unity community; we wont and dont expect the...

Ireland & EU; Every Avenue must be Explored Post Unity

“Irish Unity will be a monumental constitutional change in Ireland, but we shouldnt just be drawing the line under it.” First of all, I wont use this post to begin the debate nor bore your good selves with opinionated; Ireland-EU facts and figures, as that is a debate for a different day. The general understanding...

The Irish Unity Campaign continues, regardless of Brexit

Yes For Unity Activist Joe Matthews with a personal opinion post regarding recent political & Irish Unity Events   The last 3 years have seen political turmoil, instability and anxiousness brought on by the great unknowns, minority governments and the collapse of Stormont. Now, whether we like it or not, Brexit is happening, Stormont is back up and...

Border Poll threshold needs nailed down now.

The recent attempt by an unelected member of the House of Lords to pass through a ‘Referendums Criteria Bill”, that will gerrymander any future referenda must serve as a strong reminder to all that the unstated Border Poll voting threshold for a referendum on Irish Unity needs addressed now. While this bill in its current...

Addressing Contradictions in the Border Poll Position

Yes For Unity – Addressing contradictions in the Border Poll position The Good Friday Agreement heralded a new era in the same old pattern of the decade’s long denial of sovereignty to Ireland by Britain. 1998 saw the enforced normalisation of British occupation upon working class communities in the North and the slow managed splintering...

Poll hints at rapidly rising support for Irish Unity

A recent poll released last week by Lucid Talk has revealed ever increasing support for Irish Unity. The polling took place between the 27th & 30th November 2019 and included a panel of 2,422 respondents. The poll revealed that; -71% of unionists are voting based on protecting the union -73% of nationalists are voting based on the...