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The First Minister and I addressed that issue when we wrote to the British Prime Minister. The good news is that we are pleased that almost €120 million has already been approved for INTERREG IVa. We expect the INTERREG programme to be fully committed before the end of the year. Obviously, the longer term is a scenario that we will have to deal with in the course of any upcoming negotiations.
Well, at the last NSMC plenary meeting on 4 July 2016, it was agreed that a full audit would be undertaken in all sectors to identify the possible impacts, risks, opportunities and contingencies arising in the phases preceding and following the UK's withdrawal from the EU; that this work will, in turn, be submitted to ministerial sectoral meetings for consideration as to the strategic and...
As Members will be aware, the First Minister met the Taoiseach and had a very good meeting in Dublin last week. That is all that needs to be said about it. I think that we are satisfied. The First Minister and I travel extensively throughout the world. We have always had tremendous support from our diplomatic service and the Irish Government diplomats everywhere we go. During the...
Former Sinn Féin MLA for Foyle, Former Sinn Féin MP for Mid Ulster
Entered the House of Commons on 1 May 1997 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 2 January 2013 — Resigned
Entered the Assembly on 25 June 1998 — General election
Left the Assembly on 26 January 2017 — Dissolved for election
Also represented Mid Ulster
Last updated: 19 Dec 2012.
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