A new five billion euro EU Brexit fund won’t “alleviate the grave damage” that will be done to Ireland if the UK does not strike a trade deal with the EU by the end of the year.
That’s the stark warning of the Sinn Fein MEP Chris MacManus.
EU leaders recently agreed to establish a new Brexit “adjustment reserve” fund of five billion euro (€5bn) which will offer funds to countries and sectors worst-hit by Brexit.
But Chris MacManus fears Ireland won’t get as much as it will need from the fund.
Out words: a concern