The British and Irish governments and the people of Northern Ireland
are facing the prospect – and sooner than most people might think – of
how to manage a transformed constitutional situation where the majority
in the North are likely to be from a Catholic background.
going to raise serious questions for southerners too, who must also
address complex constitutional problems that if not managed properly and
creatively could land Northern Ireland – and the rest of the island –
back in the mire.
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