To: The Taoiseach, EU Parliament, Irish MEPs

Put 'The Northern Irish Hard Boarder' between Scotland and England

Simply suggest the idea, with the framing of 'honouring democratic will, that right to self-determination itself that Theresa feels qualified to lead a policy she was against because of her firm belief in, and the desire for a peace based on recognizing the mixed heritages of the people of Northern Ireland by allowing them to retain a connection to a part of Scotland'.

Why is this important?

It would allow for a peaceful resolution if May was actually willing to agree to it, and even if (or I suspect when) it was rejected out of hand it would do good for the relationship between reasonable Ulster Unionist political factions and our Republic.