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Plan B for the North

Officials in Dublin, London and Belfast expect to develop plans for increased joint inter-governmental power over the North in the coming months.

8th April, 2006

Officials in Dublin, London and Belfast expect to develop plans for increased joint inter-governmental power over the North in the coming months. This will put flesh on the bones of the ‘Plan B’ indicated by Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and British prime minister Tony Blair in Armagh last week.

If the revived Northern Assembly cannot elect a power-sharing administration to take responsibility for the governance of Northern Ireland by November 24 (this is ‘Plan...

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