Twenty ‘All-Ireland dialogues’ have already taken place on Brexit

Twenty All-Ireland Dialogue events have already taken place since last year’s Brexit vote according to Donegal Minister Joe McHugh.

The Minister and Government Chief Whip made reference to the numerous meetings at the MacGill Summer School last night.

He said Donegal is leading the way in developing cross-border relationships ahead of Brexit already working with Derry & Strabane Council.

He said that 300 other meetings are planned to prepare for the UK leaving the EU.