Brokenshire should have intervened earlier
The North’s secretary of state allowed himself to become a mere spectator in the crisis
James Brokenshire has an unfortunate surname for a man who is presiding over the collapse of the North’s power-sharing executive. The secretary of state for the North, in office for barely seven months, has not exactly covered himself in glory thus far.
Last week, he was obliged to announce fresh elections to the 90-member Northern Ireland Assembly. Arlene Foster’s ridiculous refusal to step aside and make way for an investigation into the £490 million...
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