North’s ministers ‘vent frustration’ over South’s failure to share Dublin Airport passenger information
‘There are legal and data protection issues which must be addressed before a data sharing agreement can be established,’ according to officials in the Republic
Stormont’s ministers have “vented their frustration” over the South’s continued failure to share information on Northern Irish passengers flying into Dublin Airport, DUP leader Arlene Foster has said.
The Business Post revealed in November how Robin Swann, the North’s health minister, had written to his counterpart Stephen Donnelly on four occasions since July asking for help in identifying Northern passengers travelling through the airport.
In his letters,...
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