Thursday February 27, 2020

SBP editorial: Leadership changes in the North could set the ball rolling

11th February, 2018

Mary Lou McDonald’s election as Sinn Féin president this weekend could be the key to breaking the impasse that has kept the Stormont institutions in abeyance for over a year.

In his final hours as as party president, Gerry Adams was telling people at Stormont of his desire to conclude matters before he departed. There’s no doubt that momentum has been building in recent days, but still a deal is not...

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