The status of Northern Ireland has been the subject of intense debate and decades of violence known as the Troubles, which started in the 1960s. Though Northern Ireland has been at peace since the Good Friday Agreement in 1998, the question of whether Northern Island should remain in the United Kingdom or join the Republic of Ireland remains a source of contention. Should there be a united Ireland?
Yes, Ireland should be united
All 32 counties of Ireland should be united into a single nation with no land border
A united Ireland would allow Northern Ireland to have a greater voice
In a smaller, and more representative, democracy, the views of Northern Ireland's 1.9m people can be heard, whereas they are currently drowned out by the size of the UK.
People living in Northern Ireland have complicated identities, as they can choose to be Irish, British, Northern Irish, or Ulster. It would be better for people living in Northern Ireland to unite and be independent based on its own distinct Northern Irish culture.