No deal for N.IrelandComments
Northern Ireland politics is in chaos after parties failed to negotiate a power sharing agreement ahead of Thursday’s deadline.
For nationalists in N Ireland – Stormont historically represents domination, supremacy, discrimination + sectarianism #DUPCoalition 1/2 pic.twitter.com/YwmJgTrkCJ— Paul Crossan (@PCrossan8) June 9, 2017
There is political deadlock over nationalist demands for an Irish language act.
N Ireland was close to agreement on Brexit, Arlene Foster says https://t.co/NEW7j5AdVC#Stormontpic.twitter.com/NFXsCnoLGN— Stormont Tweets (@stormontweets) May 22, 2017
Kieran Maxwell, SF candidate for N Down refers to recent stormont events as dishevelled politics – time to reshape and rebuild a new Ireland pic.twitter.com/gSUgxNU5lm— Bangor Sinn Féin (@bangorsinnfein) February 16, 2017
NI Secretary of State James Brokenshire said the sides will continue to talk into the weekend in the hope of a compromise if not
London could adopt direct rule, Brokenshire could hand more time for talks or he has the option to call for fresh assembly elections.