Irish unification is still inevitable

As the concept of Irish unity continues to go mainstream, Kevin Meagher explores the state of the debate.

Although I have never read any of Lee Child’s ‘Jack Reacher’ novels, I have listened to lots of Elvis Costello over the years. Apart from the pair sharing an Irish background, the connection between them might appear tenuous. However, both were at Buckingham Palace recently to receive honours…

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Writer and commentator on British and Irish politics. Author: ‘A United Ireland: Why unification is inevitable and how it will come about’

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KEVIN MEAGHER

KEVIN MEAGHER

Writer and commentator on British and Irish politics. Author: ‘A United Ireland: Why unification is inevitable and how it will come about’

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