Why keep Stormont?

Mark Langhammer, a member of Irish Labour and somebody with a great interest in affairs north of the border, gives a southern perspective on the SDLP's recent proposals for a United Ireland. He is more than critical of the SDLP's stance and I must say I tend to agree with him. I do not think that in a United Ireland we should retain a six county assembly. As outlined previously in this blog, I believe that in the context of a 32 county state, re-assurance can be given to Unionism without subjecting the state to remants of the failed policy of parition.

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