Brexit Chaos Continues To Threaten Interests Of NI- Sinn Fein

A Sinn Fein MP has accused politicians in Westminster of threatening the interests of people in Northern Ireland and the Republic with its "chaotic" Brexit policy.

Chris Hazzard's comments come as Prime Minister Theresa May promised MP's in the House of Commons a vote to delay Brexit, if her deal is rejected next month.

The south Down MP said Parliament is "locked in a delusional bubble", and can't decide if it wants a Brexit deal or not.
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He commented: "What was proposed by Theresa May today at Westminster is indicative of the chaos in the British Parliament. After two years and less than a month away from a potential cliff-edge crash-out the British Parliament still can't make up its mind whether it even wants a deal or not. 

"The British Parliament and British political system is in total disarrray and is locked in a delusional bubble. None of what is happening in Westminster is in the Interests of Ireland.

"What we need to see is the EU and the Irish government standing firm and protecting the Irish backstop."


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