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Hard border fears return as DUP wield veto over Tories

Sinn Féin and the SDLP have again told British government and EU negotiators that a hard border in Ireland would not be acceptable after a deal fell through at the last minute yesterday. Amid claims that Theresa May had agreed that the north should not have any regulatory difference with the south post-Brexit, a hard […]

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Tory legacy move ‘completely unacceptable’ says Kelly

Sinn Féin’s Gerry Kelly has told Daily Belfast a move by British Prime Minister Theresa May to insert a new clause on legacy issues to discussions is “completely unacceptable”. Yesterday Gerry Adams emerged from talks saying that at attempt had been made to alter the 2014 Stormont House Agreement with a new clause protecting British […]

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Parties to meet Theresa May in London over deadlock

Sinn Féin and DUP delegations are in London this morning for separate talks with Prime Minister Theresa May over the political deadlock in Belfast. Gerry Adams and Arlene Foster have both travelled to England for the talks where Sinn Féin will press the prime minister to legislate for an Irish language act and same sex […]

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