A Clare Sinn Féin representative’s accusing the British Government of neglecting the people of the North.
It comes as voters across the UK get set to go to the polls in a snap election on June 8.
In the North, there’s the prospect of a double election, if no deal is reached to save the Assembley.
Unionist parties have already confirmed they’ll meet to discuss constituency pacts ahead of the General Election.
Noeleen Moran has been telling Clare FM’s Derrick Lynch that this week isn’t the first time the thoughts of those in the Six Counties have been ignored:
Meanwhile, Britain’s Labour leader will make his first big speech of the General Election campaign later – insisting the result’s not a “foregone conclusion”.
Polls put the Conservatives ahead but Jeremy Corbyn will say his party can “change the direction” by “putting the interests of the majority first”.
Many political analysts are saying the results could mirror the landslide Conservative victory of 1983.
But polling expert John Curtice is warning that Corbyn could sink even lower: