When the Britain voted to leave the European Union, not all supported the decision. The majority in Northern Ireland doesn’t want to part ways with the EU, but the ‘Leave’ decision is going to be imposed on the whole of the UK. Calls are now emerging for The North to unite with its neighbor, the Republic of Ireland, which is a member of the European Union. Can the legacy of violence stand in the way of reunification and harm the Good Friday agreement? And how stable is the United Kingdom after its controversial vote? We ask national chairman of the Sinn Fein party in Ireland and member of the Northern Ireland Assembly – Declan Kearney – is on SophieCo today.