Aidan Enright, in his first article for Yorkshire Bylines, explains the relationship between Starmer, Labour and Ireland. He asks what consequence a border poll would have for Labour and Conservatives, and whether Starmer can reassure unionists he understands their concerns.
Author: Aidan Enright
Aidan is a freelance writer and historian who lives in Shipley, West Yorkshire, with his wife and two children. A native of County Roscommon, in the Republic of Ireland, Aidan has a PhD in Irish history from Queen’s University Belfast, taught modern British history at Leeds Beckett University, and worked for a Labour MEP and the Labour Party in Yorkshire. He is currently writing a book based on his PhD thesis.