“I cannot quite believe that No 10 would ask HM the King to become involved in the finalising of a deal as controversial as this one.”
Concern local farmers missing out over CAP
FERMANAGH’S farmers face being “left behind” their neighbours to the south as the consequences of Brexit continue. That’s the fear of many in the county, with local Cllr Anthony Feely expressing concern that farmers and rural communities here “could be left behind as the south moves ahead with implementing its €10.5 billion share of the […]
Brexit blow to local students over Erasmus scheme
The news has came as a “major blow” to future students may no longer get a chance to experience Erasmus.
Councillors’ Brussels trip ‘waste of ratepayers money’
While the motion passed, there has been opposition to the planned trip.
EU payments ‘account for up to 85% of farmers’ income
Full extent of huge reliance on European money is spelled out
‘We can’t let Brexit bring us back to the bad old days’
The vigil was held in Fermanagh as borders across Europe were re-opened as a result of the then EC.
‘Still in limbo’: one year after fateful Brexit vote
Last Friday (June 23rd) marked one year since Fermanagh voted to remain in the EU, but was dragged out of Europe by the close overall ‘leave’ vote.
Border group to meet EU Brexit chief today
Border Communities Against Brexit are in Dublin today to listen to EU negotiator Michel Barnier address Irish concerns on Brexit.
Dozens of roads could be sealed off by a hard border
During the Troubles Fermanagh had just five main border crossings in Fermanagh. Today, there are a total of 55.
Brexit is good news for this landmark hotel
Leaving th EU isn’t all bad news for Fermanagh, as Resort finds out.