This question is of course completely rhetorical – I am but a humble individual who is relatively new to political blogging so my chances of getting an answer are about the same as Jeremy Corbyn’s of winning an overall majority, but I’d still like to put it “out there” nonetheless….
Dear Sinn Féin,
If your party could choose one of these scenarios for the island of Ireland today, would you go for…
(1) A united Ireland with a government led by an Irish ideological equivalent of Theresa May, or
(2) A continuation of the Good Friday Agreement “status quo” but with a Republic of Ireland government led by an Irish ideological equivalent of Jeremy Corbyn?