What a difference this will make – no doubt… October 24, 2016Posted by WorldbyStorm in Uncategorized.
British prime minister Theresa May will today offer the leaders of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales a formal role in shaping Britain’s strategy for leaving the European Union.
At a meeting in London with the leaders of the three devolved administrations, including Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness, the British prime minister will propose a new forum chaired by Brexit secretary David Davis.
Hardly worth the effort, and what of this hollow boosterism from May?
Ms May said the new forum would allow the devolved administrations put forward their proposals “on how to seize the opportunities presented by Brexit and deliver the democratic decision expressed by the people of the UK”.
Particularly when set against the oft-expressed belief of Sturgeon and McGuinness that neither Scotland nor the North should be forced out of the EU.