Senator Frank Feighan has said it was disappointing that the three day British Irish Parliamentary Assembly conference set to open in Sligo later today was postponed but did emphasise that people’s safety took priority during this period of severe weather.

Senator Feighan said, in the interests of the safety of all of members, guest speakers and support staff, a decision was made to postpone this plenary but he is confident that revised dates for Sligo will be agreed as soon as possible. 

The Assembly comprises politicians from many different persuasions but all with a unified purpose of promoting co-operation on both sides of the Irish Sea and for the benefit of the people they represent.

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