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How dare unionists stand up for themselves? How dare unionists say that they cannot operate a system that requires them to operate a protocol that decrees that GB is a foreign country? How dare unionists not accept the partitioning of the United Kingdom? How dare unionists say that they will not accept, colony-like, foreign laws over which they have no control or input? How dare unionists...
They are, but, sadly, most in the House do not care. They do not care that our farming industry faces a crisis because, come 31 December, 51% of our veterinary medicines will not be available. They do not care about the rise in steel prices. They do not care about the 30% increase in travel costs. They care only about the precious protocol because they see it as delivering their all-island...
I am sure that we will have an opportunity to hear from you later. I say this gently to Mr Doug Beattie, who seems to put faith in certain talks: those talks cannot deliver a solution, because they are circumscribed by the mandate that the EU has given them. That mandate is only to tinker; it is only to make the protocol work better — whatever that means. There is no mandate that allows the...
Traditional Unionist Voice MLA for North Antrim
Entered the Assembly on 6 May 2011 — election
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