Should The Brexit Money Be Spent On Derry/Dublin And Belfast/Galway Motorways?

TruthInTheNews

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Sinn Fein will have a big say in how the Brexit infrastructure funds are spent.

Should the money be spent on Derry/Dublin and Belfast/Galway motorways? Dublin could contribute the funds for the southern legs. Motorways to the North West would attract industry to the poorest part of the country and take some of the pressure off the Dublin Metro area which is turning into a huge car park.

What to Sinn Fein members think?
 


firefly123

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Methinks the north down and ards area is gonna be covered in roundabouts and streetlights
 

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Sinn Fein will have a big say in how the Brexit infrastructure funds are spent.

Should the money be spent on Derry/Dublin and Belfast/Galway motorways? Dublin could contribute the funds for the southern legs. Motorways to the North West would attract industry to the poorest part of the country and take some of the pressure off the Dublin Metro area which is turning into a huge car park.

What to Sinn Fein members think?
There won't be enough money left for that once they've finished building Portadown's new International Airport.
 

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Sinn Fein will have a big say in how the Brexit infrastructure funds are spent.

Should the money be spent on Derry/Dublin and Belfast/Galway motorways? Dublin could contribute the funds for the southern legs. Motorways to the North West would attract industry to the poorest part of the country and take some of the pressure off the Dublin Metro area which is turning into a huge car park.

What to Sinn Fein members think?
Same as the EU funds.

On rubbish like this instead of infrastructure.

The PEACE IV programme for the 2014-2020 programming period has a total value of EUR 270 million. The ERDF contribution to the programme is approximately EUR 229 million (85%), and around EUR 40 million (15%) will come from match-funding (i.e. non-EU sources which may include national, regional and local government funding). 94% of the PEACE IV programme resources will support social inclusion, combating poverty and labour mobility (the remaining resources will be allocated to technical assistance).
A few bone idle Loyalist wasters and a few bone idle ex-PIRA/INLA will just sit around and cry.
 

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Pffft, the high speed inter city (skintown to sammylandcity) link to the Erne trident base will be the priority...
 

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Sinn Fein will have a big say in how the Brexit infrastructure funds are spent.

Should the money be spent on Derry/Dublin and Belfast/Galway motorways? Dublin could contribute the funds for the southern legs. Motorways to the North West would attract industry to the poorest part of the country and take some of the pressure off the Dublin Metro area which is turning into a huge car park.

What to Sinn Fein members think?
I'd be all for this - if they drop an off ramp at Victoria Bridge
 

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Sinn Fein will have a big say in how the Brexit infrastructure funds are spent.

Should the money be spent on Derry/Dublin and Belfast/Galway motorways? Dublin could contribute the funds for the southern legs. Motorways to the North West would attract industry to the poorest part of the country and take some of the pressure off the Dublin Metro area which is turning into a huge car park.

What to Sinn Fein members think?
How about Belfast/Cork or Belfast/Limerick.
 

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Should the money be spent on Derry/Dublin and Belfast/Galway motorways?
You forgot Rathlin Island Spaceport, and after that's built, obviously we'll need high speed rail to link that to Connemara via Ballyarsetit.
 

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You forgot Rathlin Island Spaceport, and after that's built, obviously we'll need high speed rail to link that to Connemara via Ballyarsetit.
Rathlin's only speckled orange.:lol:
 

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Shin Flake '' Brexit and the Con/Dup deal are acts of indescribable evil, now let us ourselves alone tell ye were to spend the dosh''...
 


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