Prime Minister responds to Foster and McGuinness Brexit letter

Prime Minister responds to Foster and McGuinness Brexit letter
 

The prime minister has written to NI's first and deputy first ministers in response to their Brexit priorities but has given few firm assurances.
Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness wrote to Prime Minister Theresa May in August laying out their priorities.
Mrs May restated the position that the government wants to see the maintenance of the Common Travel Area (CTA).
In the letter, the Northern Ireland leaders identified five key areas.
They were the border, trading costs, the energy market, drawdown of EU funding and treatment of the agri-food sector.
The first and deputy first ministers... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 31
Source: BBC
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