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Moore rejects SNP's Calman claims
"Yes or no the online battle" :Comparing the 2 sides in the extra powers for the WAG referendum
"Fees high? Ho hum. I smell the blood of an Englishman"
"So much for we’re all in this together"
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Are there grounds for a United (N.Irish) Unionism
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That last post described FST as a near-success that revealed the 'longing' of unionists for unity? IIRC, it caused the pro-Union vote in FST to fall. More than that, it caused it to fall MORE than the SF vote, because if both the pro-Union and SF vote had shrunk commensurately Connor would still have won. FST is practically the definition of failure.
There is more than one definition of success obviously. I would agree that the decrease in real and relative terms of the total unionist vote is a strange one
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