Sunday November 29, 2020

War of words follows failure of Stormont talks

31st December, 2014

The future of the Stormont power-sharing executive and Northern institutions remains in doubt this weekend following the failure of talks involving the Taoiseach and the British prime minister David Cameron and the Northern parties.

Both David Cameron and Enda Kenny departed the talks abruptly on Friday morning, following a failure to reach a broad agreement on a budget deal for the North and the flags, emblems and legacy issues which have poisoned relations in Stormont...

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