“We have seen divisions throughout the Executive on the EU referendum, from the campaign through to the outcome and what happens next. However, further splits will only serve to push Northern Ireland down the priority list in terms of any future Brexit negotiations.
“While the Prime Minister visited the First Ministers of Scotland and Wales, our leaders continued to squabble, seemingly not caring that we will be more adversely affected than any other region by a Brexit.
“The Prime Minister should insist on meeting both Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness in the same meeting as joint leaders of the Executive, instead of the individual leaders of the DUP and Sinn Fein.
“Therefore a united voice can be presented to her, one that recognises Northern Ireland voted to remain within the EU and which puts across the unique circumstances in which we find ourselves.”