You would think that, indeed. But DUP only listens to Boris.And Scripture.It's up to the NI voters, innit?
Lundy is reviled in Ulster loyalism to this day as a traitor and is burned in effigy during the celebrations to mark the anniversary of the shutting of the gates of Derry in 1688. A 'Lundy' has also become a byword for traitor for unionists and loyalists. Ian Paisley regularly denounced people, including Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher, Captain Terence O'Neill and First Minister David Trimble, as "Lundies".I can't speak for them, but I had not. It looks like a very interesting place! And to add a language connection (which I'm guessing is real), the Norwegian word for puffin is "lundefugl", i.e. bird of Lundy.