Finance Minister says a border between North and Republic after Brexit would be “a calamity for Fermanagh”
Leaving the EU could mean fracking becomes a real possibility in the county.
3,000 signatures from the Fermanagh and South Tyrone constituency
MLA Lynch says businesses here are right to be worried
In Enniskillen 300 forms were snapped up in just 24 hours
In villages like Belleek and Roslea people wait anxiously with growing concern over what will happen next
Brexit is very bad news for Fermanagh and neither of the two main parties here did us any favours, writes Herald editor Maurice Kennedy
The petiton already has enough signitures for the prospect of a second referendum to be brought before parliament.
Fermanagh is in for an uncertain time ahead as Brexit negotiations begin.
Local academic says Brxcit could have unforeseen, long-term implications for the Fermanagh.