‘If it were done when ’tis done, then ‘twere well it were done quickly.” The political parties in the North aren’t obvious fans of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The Stormont House Agreement, reached last week, is a significant step forward, but far from the be-all and end-all that some have suggested. Despite all the drama, this is a deal that doesn’t settle matters for good, but one that gives Stormont a chance to live to fight another...
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