Minister handling UK's exit from EU visits North to discuss possible problems

Minister handling UK's exit from EU visits North to discuss possible problems

The Minister in charge of the UK's exit from the European Union has spent the day in the North meeting politicians and business leaders.

David Davis agreed that governments on both sides of the Irish border want access to open trade and travel.

Mr Davis also warned that Britain has to take control of its borders and the number of people coming in.

First Minister Arlene Foster, says there was a clear discussion over the issues which will affect the North post Brexit.

"We talked about the issues in the letter, the agri-food industry. We talked about the energy industry and talked about borders. We talked about access to markets."


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