Transcripts (perhaps draft) of the Article 50 ‘Brexit’ Appeal hearings at the Supreme Court

Yes:

"... that it would be wrong it make any change in the status of Northern Ireland save with the consent of the majority of its people."

It is there beside the principle of consent because we say, my Lord, the history of the agreement, when one looks at it, and it is in the following page, it replaces the Anglo-Irish agreement, the 1985 agreement, which was imposed upon the people of Northern Ireland, it was a joint arrangement between the Republic of Ireland and Britain, imposed upon the people of Northern Ireland, much to unionist disconnect.

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