‘British government on collision course with EU over Brexit’ – Boylan

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Monday, October 17th, 2016
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Sinn Féin MLA Cathal Boylan has said the British government is ‘clearly on a collision course’ with the EU over Brexit. euSpeaking at the anti-Brexit rally on the Louth /Armagh border over the weekend the Armagh representative said, “It is quite obvious the British government is on a collision course with the EU in which our economy and successive agreements are regarded as collateral damage. “This is more about the internal division within the British Tory party which clearly has no clue whatsoever about what it is facing. The Tories clearly do not care about the people of the north who clearly voted to remain in the EU. “None of this is a done deal and it is important that people mobilise behind campaigns like this one to confront the selfish approach of the British government which holds out the potential to hugely damage our economy.
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September 2016Boylan added, “There is also a need for the Irish government to act on an all-Ireland and European level to represent the democratic wishes of the people of the north and respect the remain vote.”

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