it means further insult to Great Britain
No. Sinn Fein are the largest single party (in a very multiparty assembly) however they didn't win as such. Even if they had, GB has been trying to get rid of NI for a few years now; it costs money and very few people on the U.K.mainland apart from some Rangers fans want to keep it.
It won't actually make any real difference since the Shinners didn't win a majority. They are expected to get 29 out of 90 seats. The other seats have all been won by parties that don't support reunification.
In fact, if the DUP (extreme unionists) and the UUP (traditional unionists) were to form a coalition if coalitions are allowed there they'd have 31 seats. As it stands, the DUP have to consent to the Shinners appointing a first minister and at Stormont anything can and does happen.
Nice try for trolling, however NI isn't the Donbas...
Brexit, corona, possible independance of Scotland are other insults to GB
None of these are insults at all. Now run along and stop funding Putin...