I asked you on another thread, Heat, whether you would try something - "I wonder, would you dare to try a Google for something like "will Brexit affect Irish unity?" or anything of that ilk and then - this is particularly important - do a quick search on each of the main sources in the returned results to determine each one's level of bias. Of course I'm suggesting you then choose the most reliable and impartial sources, and not one from whatever your normal daily read happens to be. I used 'Allsides' to check each source, after having checked 'Allsides' itself in the same way. I think I managed to find balanced sites." I haven't heard back, so I've done it for you. I used Allsides' to try and verify the impartiality of each site, and another 'impartialometer' site to verify 'Allsides'. I still cannot claim that any site is 100% impartial - who can? - but I think I've narrowed it down a wee bit. What I am definitely not doing is picking and choosing to suit myself. Lots of views. By far the most comprehensive report is here: https://brexitlawni.org/ Brexit threatens Northern Irish peace, academic study finds. Brexit will threaten the peace process and weaken protections for human rights and equality. Many of these matters have simply been neglected in the discussions thus far and must change. Brexit will threaten peace in NI, disrupt cross-border cooperation and create potentially lethal divides between British and Irish people in Northern Ireland, an 18-month study by academics has found. In the most comprehensive study of the impact leaving the EU will have on the region, researchers also found that Brexit was seen as “manna from heaven” for Sinn Féin as it “mainstreamed” the topic of unification.