Sinn Féin Deputy Leader Michelle O’Neill said today the party will continue to stand up for Irish interests in the face of the reckless Brexit agenda being pursued by incoming Tory Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Michelle O’Neill said:
“Sinn Féin will work to protect our peace process and the Good Friday Agreement in all its parts, including the commitment to calling a referendum on Irish Unity.
“The British government has responsibilities and commitments under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement and we will hold them to account.
“We will continue to stand up for Irish interests, for the majority of citizens in the north who voted on a cross-community basis to remain within the EU.
“We will continue to work with the Dublin government and the EU27 to protect Ireland from the catastrophic impact of the reckless Brexit being pursued by Boris Johnson and the hard Brexiteers.”