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Making the North work is top of the Assembly’s agenda, but the parties won’t jettison their long-term political goals.

12th May, 2007

Making the North work is top of the Assembly’s agenda, but the parties won’t jettison their long-term political goals.

After almost four decades of political stalemate in the North, last week was a time of real progress.

Last Tuesday, Ian Paisley, leader of the DUP, and Martin McGuinness, chief negotiator of Sinn Fe¤ in, shared the stage in front of the world’s media and pledged to work together for the benefit...

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