The latest in Sinn Féin’s series of public discussions on Irish unity will be held in the Waterfront, Belfast on Saturday, 24th June.
Entitled - ‘An Agreed Future?’ - the conference will be an important contribution to the developing conversation around the prospect of Irish unity. Sinn Féin would like to encourage as many members of the public to come along on Saturday.
Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson MEP will be launching a monthly newsletter to keep you up to date with all the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations in Bellini's, Newry, on Friday, June 23 at 12noon.
Sinn Féin Northern leader Michelle O'Neill speaking to reporters at Stormont said;
"There are 3 very important negotiations taking place throughout the course of today. The talks here to restore the power sharing institutions.
The talks out in Brussels in relation to Brexit and the Taoiseach going out to meet the British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Sinn Féin remains committed and our whole... View details ⇨
How do we arrive at an agreed future for our island - a truly united Ireland. Join us at the Waterfront in Belfast on Saturday, June the 24th, and be part of that discussion on how together we can build a new agreed united Ireland.
The result of the Brexit referendum has created an entirely new dynamic for the debate around a new agreed Ireland. It makes absolutely no sense to have one part of Ireland inside the European Union and the other outside. We need to look at ways of creating an entirely new political structure that will benefit all of our people, north and south. We need to unlock our full economic... View details ⇨
Veteran US civil rights leader, Reverend Jesse Jackson, visited Derry this week to open the new Museum of Free Derry and during his visit he also laid a wreath at the grave of the late Martin McGuinness, who he compared to Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King. He was welcomed to the city by Foyle MLAs Karen Mullan and Raymond McCartney.
Sinn Féin West Belfast MLA Fra McCann praises local communities and schools for their open arm welcome to the city's new communities during an event in Conway Mill celebrating the rich diversity of cultures in West Belfast.
Sinn Féin North Belfast MLA and member of the party's Stormont talks team Gerry Kelly says that any deal between the DUP and the British government has the basis of propping up a government wedded to austerity.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD accompanied by Sinn Féin's 7 MPs told the media today at the resumption of the talks process at Stormont that a DUP - Tory deal would not be good for the people of the North.