Brexit: John Bruton says Britain has decided to 'tear up' GFA with Brexit

Brexit: John Bruton says Britain has decided to 'tear up' GFA with Brexit
 

Britain has decided to "tear up" the Good Friday Agreement by going ahead with Brexit, a former Irish prime minister has said.
John Bruton argued the Brexit vote had "negated" the 1998 referendum held in NI and Ireland, which showed a majority in favour of the peace agreement.
He argued a no deal will lead to a hard border on the island.
Mr Bruton also said Sinn Féin's refusal to take their seats in Westminster was a "tragedy".
Unilaterally "Unfortunately in Ireland we had no say in this [Brexit] - the British people decided on this freely. In so doing,... read more

 
12 January 2019 in Regional, Views: 42
Source: BBC
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