Fermanagh MLA warns that strike action will bring Northern Ireland to a halt

A Fermanagh member of the Northern Ireland Assembly is warning that if Thursday’s strikes go ahead in the north it will cause sever disruption across the border region and into the north west of the country.


Talks about the ongoing political deadlock in Northern Ireland will take place today, under the shadow of looming strike action by public sector workers.


Civil servants, teachers, train and bus drivers, and healthcare workers are among those planning to walk out on Thursday in a row over pay.


Sinn Fein MLA, Jemma Dolan says the proposed strike action taking place in the middle of a cold snap of weather has the potential to bring the Province to a standstill.


She called on the DUP to return to the power sharing assembly.