Saturday June 6, 2020

Foreign Affairs Minister in Belfast for crunch talks on Brexit

Charlie Flanagan will discuss Leave outcome and impact for Northern Ireland

28th June, 2016

Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Charlie Flanagan will travel to Belfast tomorrow for urgent talks on the outcome of the UK referendum.

He will sit down with Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers to discuss a range of issues, including the outcome of Britain's referendum and its impact on Northern Ireland.

Flanagan will then participate in a review meeting with the First and deputy First Minister for an update on the progress of...

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