Arlene Foster has called for unionism to unite under a single party.
In my opinion, this is the opposite of what it needs.
I am aged 25 and I don’t care about unionism and nationalism, I don’t really have an opinion on it.
What I care about is social and economic issues in Northern Ireland.
The fact is, I care about progressive and left wing politics, and that’s what I vote on.
I can’t be the only one. And the fact is, nationalist parties tend to be more left wing than unionists.
If there was a unionist party that stood for progressive social policies, and left-wing economic policies, I may vote for them.
Unionism doesn’t need to unify, it needs to diversify.
Nathan McKee, Bangor