Kerry senator says concerns of Unionists needs to be addressed before any referendum on reunification

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A report on the possible reunification of Ireland post-Brexit has found much work needs to be done in advance of any referendum.

That’s according to Kerry Fianna Fáil Senator Mark Daly, rapporteur of the report entitled ‘Uniting Ireland and its Peop

le in Peace and Prosperity’, issued by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the implementation of the Good Friday agreement.


The 1,200 report contains 17 recommendations and according to Senator Daly, one of its findings is a potential benefit of 36.6 billion euro for the entire island in the first eight years of reunification.

The Kenmare Senator met with a former Ulster Defence Regiment captain in Belfast recently to discuss the report and hear the concerns of the Unionist community.

Senator Daly says land is one of the issues which looms large for Unionists in Northern Ireland: