Gerry Adams says Brexit is not in Ireland's interest

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams in Dundalk yesterday. Picture Bill Smyth.
Deaglán de Bréadún in Dundalk
SINN Féin is opposed to Brexit but still wants a British exit from the north, party leader Gerry Adams has told the Irish News. Speaking at his office in Dundalk, the Dáíl deputy for Louth said: "It's not in Ireland's interest, whatever we think about the European Union, to have one part in and one part out. "I would like to think, as the debate heads towards Referendum Day, that republicans would be motivated by that concern." Pointing to the level of trade between north and south and across the Irish Sea and the number of jobs at stake, he[...]

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