Census 2001: Donaldson replies

Rosie Cowan has a piece on the forthcoming census. It seems to be beginning to concentrate minds.

As if in answer to Mitchell McLaughlin yesterday, Jeffrey Donaldson replies that forcing protestants into a united Ireland would be counter productive and went on to suggest that:

“…because the suspended Stormont assembly requires separate majorities of both unionists and nationalists to pass legislation, the dual consent principle should apply to any vote on a united Ireland.”

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