DUP's @edwinpootsmla warns of food shortages at hospitals and schools because of disruption caused by NI Protocol calling it a "major crisis"
Alliance Party and others describe it as "scaremongering" https://t.co/oxScEOZ6zW
Ian Paisley has told the Nolan Show he is backing Minister Poots claim on Nolan that suppliers will not be able to supply food to hospitals & schools in fee months time if Brexit rules are not changed
Says he spoke to 4 suppliers yesterday
Alliance say this is scare mongering
Breaking : Minister Poots tells the Nolan Show if there is no change to Brexit rules , NI will struggle to supply food to hospitals and schools in NI in a few months .
We are urgently seeking response from Dept of Health
I know I am lucky to still have a job to keep me stimulated & people a lot worse off than me , but this week I’ve found the restrictions the hardest.
I used to get up at 7am and not see the house until midnight.
That’s all changed during CoVid.
It’s really getting to me .
The Range - which is open because they have an Iceland in store deeming them 'essential' - are selling items like sofas and hot tubs today. One store has an Iceland store right across the street. Essential?
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