Balfour Beatty’s construction company will hold a public briefing to provide the public with more information on the Northern Irish peace process, including how to contact the Government.
The briefing will be held at the Balfours offices in Northern Ireland from 7pm on Monday, October 18.
In his first post-election interview, the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said: “There is a very strong case for the Government to make a public statement today.”
This briefing will provide more information to the people of Northern Ireland.
“The Government’s position has been that the peace process is now fully concluded.”
It will be a key element of this strategy, and it will be part of the campaign.
“The briefing will also be followed by a public debate with the Northern First Minister Martin McGuinness.
The announcement comes after the Labour party announced that it would hold a special public briefing in the run up to the referendum on independence on October 21.
It comes after Mr McGuinness said he would not allow a vote to be held in the first week of October without a vote on the issue.
The briefing comes after it was announced that the Labour Party will hold its own public briefing on Northern Ireland on October 20.
The Labour Party has said it will hold two public briefings during the next two weeks, in Edinburgh and Belfast.