Border group to take part in today’s ‘All-island’ forum on Brexit

The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has invited the Border Communities against Brexit to take part in today’s All-island forum on the impact of Brexit here.

The group is one of a number of groups taking part in the day-long forum taking place in Dublin.

Border Communities Against Brexit is a group from all sectors who have come together to express their concern the impact an exit from the EU would have on the island of Ireland.

The main political parties on the island are also taking part aside from the Unionist parties in the North

However, lead spokesperson for the group Declan Fearon, from Armagh says that regardless of your political background you will be affected by the move:

Meanwhile, IBEC is welcoming this forum which is said to be the first of a series of all-island meetings.

Director of Policy with the employers group, Fergal O’Brien says it is more important than ever that we sustain and develop our relationship with our closest neighbour: