The Northern Ireland Assembly resumed yesterday after three years of absence, but its leaders immediately face a series of severe crises in health and education.
Compromises agreed by the parties on the Irish language and the “petition of concern” veto mechanism meant that the deadlock was finally broken.
The breakthrough means Sinn Féin no longer faces the daunting prospect of fighting an election on both sides of the border within a period of...
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