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A Sinn Féin minister is seeking legal advice after the latest DUP no-show at a cross-border political meeting.
Stormont communities minister Deirdre Hargey said non-engagement in the North South Ministerial Council (NSMC) meeting was a “serious failure” to comply with Stormont’s ministerial code.
This government’s complacency and failure to get a grip on supply chain disruption has led to the impacts we’re now seeing.
For month after month, ministers were warned by business about the risks to recovery but they collectively buried their heads in the sand. This supply chain disruption is now causing a ripple effect damaging our manufacturing industry with business and the British people paying the price.
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