British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly meeting in Brighton

The banking crisis and the economy will top the agenda at the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly meeting in England over the next two days.

The banking crisis and the economy will top the agenda at the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly meeting in England over the next two days.

In a joint statement Assembly co-chairs Lord Cope and Donegal North East TD Joe McHugh said issues of justice and human rights will also be discussed.

This is the 43rd plenary of the two governments.

The meeting takes place at the Grand Hotel in Brighton today and tomorrow.

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