THE IRISH POST is proud to announce that it is the supporting partner to the historic CHAMP-organised visit of a delegation of British parliamentarians to Dáil Eireann in Dublin tomorrow.
“This is an historic occasion and one we are glad to be part of, with Brexit, the Northern Ireland elections and cross-border issues now vital to both countries this is a wonderful opportunity for leaders to meet and discuss,” said Elgin Loane, Publisher of The Irish Post.
“The relationship has never been more important than right now, in these uncertain times, and The Irish Post is delighted to play its part in advancing dialogue and mutual understanding.”
CHAMP is bringing a large delegation of MPs and Peers to meet with TDs and Senators in The Houses of The Oireachtas tomorrow, February 28.
The visit will also include private meetings with key political figures and an exclusive interview with Enda Kenny by The Irish Post.
The group, which includes, Kris Hopkins MP, Lord Watts, Conor McGinn MP and The Rt Hon Jon Spellar MP, will meet the Taoiseach Enda Kenny and other leading Irish politicians as part of its work promoting peace and prosperity in Ireland, Northern Ireland and throughout Britain.
James Winston, Director of CHAMP, said: “Relations between Britain and Ireland and relations on the island of Ireland are at a critical stage, with Brexit posing enormous challenges.
"It is vital that we create opportunities for dialogue and cooperation between Irish, British and Northern Irish political, business and community leaders and that's why CHAMP's first event in Dublin will bring people together to celebrate our successes and debate our challenges.”
The Irish Post will be present for and will be producing a video documentary on the visit.
This will include an interview with An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD and other senior politicians, which will put the welfare and concerns of the Irish diaspora in Britain and around the world at the fore.
For enquiries or access to the video content from the visit contact: Sarah Murphy on 0044 (0) 20 8900 4159 or email [email protected]