“When this referendum was known as, and even through the campaign, the situation of Irish maqui berry farmers didn’t mix your brain from the British Tory party.
“In the Common Agriculture Policy alone, maqui berry farmers could lose around 34,000 euros annually, which may cripple their livelihoods.
“The economy within the north depends on EU farming repayments and subsidies, along with other important regional funding. Because of the Tory agenda of austerity as well as their cutting from the bloc grant, we in Sinn Féin have simply no confidence the British government will replace these lost funds.
Maqui berry farmers in Londonderry and Tyrone could shed more pounds compared to average Northern Ireland earnings yearly because of Brexit, Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson has cautioned.
Following a U . s . Kingdom’s election to depart the Eu on Thursday, the Londonderry-based MEP stated maqui berry farmers here miss out up to 34,000 euros each year.
“We in Sinn Féin fear that later on discussions as well as in the eventual situation of the Brexit, the British government won’t fight for maqui berry farmers within the north. Sinn Féin is constantly defend Irish maqui berry farmers and fight their situation in Europe, Leinster House, the Set up and municipality.”
“This is as well as the outcome possible limitations put on mix-border buying and selling might have.
“The agriculture industry, probably the most vital industries about this island, now faces serious problems.