Tuesday January 28, 2020

Progress at Stormont as parties face the real world

The parties are working together to make the best of a bad situation, but who knows how long this will last

18th January, 2015
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The cold wind of reality is howling around Stormont at the moment. Further gales and bad weather are forecast. But there are signs that those in charge are beginning to dress for the occasion, even if they’re far from fully prepared for what the elements will throw at them in the coming months and years.

Until the Stormont House Agreement, it was all a bit King Lear – parties raging against the impending...

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