Minister complains about UK (NI) produce taking a slice out of southern revenues

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Priceless journalism from the Irish Daily Mirror airing a complaint about Labour Party Minister of State at the Department of Justice by his ‘opposite number’ “Minister” Niall Ó Donghaille after Aodhán Ó Ríordáin complained about Irish labelled products from Northern Ireland benefitting London revenues rather than Dublin.

Are you serious, redux? Apparently so. [Partitionists! – Ed] Yes, it seems that one Belfast Lord Mayor looks very much like another Northern Irish Minister, at least to some southern eyes…

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