SDLP MP rules out Sinn Féin pact in general election

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 20, 2017

Mr Wells, a former Northern Ireland health minister, said that the DUP, as a pro-Brexit party, had a good relationship with the Tories....

Forty four per cent of the electorate in Northern Ireland voted for the United Kingdom to Leave.

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood insisted his party would not be entering into a "sectarian pact", but admitted he was "open to any discussion on how we can protect the Remain vote in Northern Ireland".

This election will be most unusual in that it may well split on Brexit lines and in Scotland and Northern Ireland will concern the Union.

SDLP South Down MP Margaret Ritchie has said that SDLP will not consider an election pact with Sinn Fein ahead of the General Election on June 8th.

Earlier Ulster Unionist Tom Elliott said his party would be having talks with the DUP about an electoral pact in the next few days.

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