A new document outlining a detailed roadmap for achieving a united Ireland was unveiled this week at the University of Cambridge.

The document, which is the brainchild of Neale Richmond, an Irish MP representing the Fine Gael, says any border poll – drawing lessons from the UK Brexit experience – must include concrete proposals so that voters know exactly what is on offer.

It would range from plans for the economy to symbolic issues such as flags. Speaking to Politics.co.uk, Richmond said his proposals would allow people to keep their British passports, instead of an Irish one, if they wanted.

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