DUP Condemns Blair, Major for ‘Playing on Fears’ over Irish Border | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


DUP Condemns Blair, Major for ‘Playing on Fears’ over Irish Border

Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) MP Gregory Campbell has accused arch remainers John Major and Tony Blair of “playing on the fears” of people living along the Irish border as they campaign to stop the UK making a clean break of the EU.

Mr Campbell made the comments after Mr Blair said there would be “devastating” consequences for Northern Ireland if the UK left the EU without a deal, while Mr Major said he fears a return to sectarian violence.

“Two former Prime Ministers should be more responsible in their language,” Mr Campbell told the Belfast Telegraph on Monday.

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