A spirit of compromise is needed in abundance at today’s talks.
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Anna Lo – the UK’s only parliamentary politician of Chinese origin – has said she will not seek re-election to the Northern Ireland Assembly in 2016. One of the reasons she cites is racism.
Northern Ireland’s political parties look set for a head on collision amidst warnings from the Executive’s finance minister of substantial budget cuts to come.
A senior police officer in Northern Ireland has rejected suggestions that the recent arrest of Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams reflected a ‘dark side’ to policing in the north.
In a speech today, Northern Ireland secretary Theresa Villiers will call for a new process to deal with Northern Ireland’s past.
Former Northern Ireland secretary Peter Hain has argued that all crimes related to the troubles that have not yet been solved should be left like that.
Northern Ireland’s first minister Peter Robinson has warned of “nuclear options” if Stormont doesn’t approve the Welfare Reform Bill.
A senior member of Northern Ireland’s largest unionist party has issued a warning about the fragmentation of unionism as a result of there being too many political parties.