Unionists call for Irish pact in parliament
In my ideal world, this is how it would read:
Irish call for Unionist pact in parliament
But I suspect that’s not what Jeffrey and Gregory have in mind here:
Jeffrey Donaldson and Gregory Campbell said that it 'made more sense than ever' for a pan-unionist pact because of the increasing likelihood of a hung or tight parliament following the next general election.
But why not?
Ok, if it really bothers them, drop the "Irish".
But why does such a pan-Unionist pact have to be limited to Ulster?
There are unionist MPS all over the United Kingdom; why not widen horizons and start to develop the pan-Unionist front across all four countries of the Union?