Sinn Fein calls for Irish unity poll as Brexit fallout begins

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams (2L) and Sinn Fein politician and Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister, Martin Mcguinness (R) speak during a press conference outside Stormont Castle in Belfast, Northern Ireland on June 24, 2016, following the result of the United Kingdom's June 23 referendum on whether or not to leave, or remain in the European Union (EU). AFP / PAUL FAITH





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