All elements of Good Friday Agreement ‘need to be implemented’

 

All elements of the Good Friday Agreement need to be implemented through institutions both North and South before a border poll can be considered.

That's according to Senator Niall Blaney who believes in the aftermath of the recent impasse at Stormont and the effects of Brexit being felt, the everyday needs of people and the wellbeing of the economy on both sides of the border needs to be looked after first.

Senator Blaney who is a member of the Good Friday Agreement Committee says it's vital work on the ground is done before a border poll: