Do the election results in the North represent a move to the "extremes", with Sinn Féin and the Democratic Unionist Party emerging as the main winners? Or can these parties capture the middle ground and broker a deal which will revive the Good Friday Agreement?
The dust will take some time to settle.
The Democratic Unionist Party victory has left them in a central position, while the troubles of the Ulster Unionist Party...
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