Sinn Fein president accuses DUP of ‘betraying public’ over Brexit
Wilma Kilpatrick: Since when was the mouthpiece elected to have a say in the north? Sort the south out. You will have plenty to do.
Paul Macky: Leader of largest party in the north. Get used to it. Roll on census 2021.
Allister Moore: Being the leader of the largest party in Northern Ireland is not exactly something to be proud of. Both main parties have been wholly dishonest and manipulative by securing their own positions through a politics of fear, while ultimately demonising any credible alternatives as sell-outs.
Dean Keaton: Wilma, at least you recognise that you live in the north.
John Bolton: The Irish will be next. The Irish are getting ripped off by the EU. The whole Irish government is ripping its own people off. Gabhan Padraig Bradley: You don’t follow current affairs much, do you John?
Aoife O’Neill Cousins: Thank God the English don’t do that.
Alan Hollywood: Sinn Fein and the EU: oh, the irony. Fighting all these years for a united Ireland and happy to be governed by Europe.
Andy Ward: Exactly.
Robert Willett: Beats being
governed by England.
Jean Owens Nelson: Why can’t they say Northern Ireland?
Kevin Carton: It’s the level of pettiness that’s rampant in Northern Ireland politics.
Seosamh O Murchu: Jean Owens Nelson, if that’s all you can say, then why can’t the British get out of Ireland?
Jean Owens Nelson: Seosamh O Murchu, grow up. I’m British and my family have been here for generations. Get a DNA test and see how much of you is Viking, Norman, Gaul, or Celtic. You’ll find very little “Irish” genetic material.
Johnny G Story: Seosamh O Murchu, there is no place called Ireland anymore. Your 26 Counties are in a European country. Ireland was sold out many years ago. Stick that in your pipe and smoke it.