Good Friday Agreement played up, suggests Labour's Barry Gardiner

Good Friday Agreement played up, suggests Labour's Barry Gardiner
 

The shadow international trade secretary has suggested the the Irish border issue and the Good Friday deal are being "played up" in Brexit talks for economic and political reasons.
At a Q&A, Barry Gardiner appeared to dismiss the idea that a "normal" border would increase paramilitary activity.
He said it was "hugely in the Republic of Ireland's economic interest" to have no tariff and no external border.
Labour's Owen Smith said the remarks were "reckless and plain wrong".
Mr Gardiner made the remarks at a think-tank session in Brussels last... read more

 
9 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 52
Source: BBC
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