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The European Movement NI Chair has said the organisation has already prepared to challenge Brexit at every stage, as the UK Government triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, notifying the EU of its intention to leave.
The Chair of the European Movement in Northern Ireland (EMNI) has cautioned that Northern Ireland must be fully and properly represented in Brexit negotiations following the decision by the House of Commons to allow the Prime Minister to trigger Article 50.
Northern Ireland’s leading pro-European organisation, the European Movement in Northern Ireland (EMNI), has reacted to the developing news following the Prime Minister’s Brexit speech and the collapse of the NI Executive at Stormont.
Northern Ireland’s leading pro-European organisation, the European Movement in Northern Ireland (EMNI), has welcomed recent developments in the Brexit debate, from the opening of the All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit to the decision by the High Court that the British Parliament must vote before the UK government can trigger Article 50 to leave the EU.
Germany's Europe minister Michael Roth 'I don’t see any chances to renegotiate the package. The Withdrawal Agreement is the Withdrawal Agreement and I don’t see any appetite to start new negotiations within the EU. The message of the EU is crystal clear on this issue.'
Last week's #CivSocDays in the @EU_EESC were important to engage and discuss the challenges to sustainable democracy. My contribution focused on the causes and civil society response to #populism in #Europe. You can learn more here: https://t.co/Z0UofqirhU
We said in 2016 that a genuine evidence-based case for NI to leave #EU was not made. We were a net beneficiary of membership. Access to @EIB loans, membership of #SingleMarket & #CustomsUnion #Horizon2020 etc were highly beneficial. It was the glue that held us together & now...
Today the EU Commission confirms that the first three issues that would have to be tackled by the UK immediately after a no deal Brexit are, guess what, (1) citizens' rights; (2) its financial obligations; and (3) the Irish question. https://t.co/nmKvyWzC8K via @EU_Commission