The Anglo-Irish Agreement is an agreement between the British and Irish governments. The agreement is promised to the various institutions defined in the multi-party agreement. It also sets out the agreed position of the two governments on the current and future status of Northern Ireland. “We are delighted that the High Court accepts that UK nationality legislation is compatible with the Belfast Agreement.” Most people born in Northern Ireland are or are entitled to dual british and Irish citizenship. Generally speaking, people ask for the passport of the country they identify with – nationalists for Irish passports, unionists for Britons – and never worry about the legal fact that they can technically possess the other nationality.