DUP blamed for holding up Stormont compromise deal

 

A deal to restore the power sharing executive at Stormont could have been reached last night – but for the DUP.
The Northern Ireland Secretary says he’s “deeply disappointed” that the party was the only one to hold out on a possible agreement.
Stormont collapsed in January 2017, and since then, the Northern Ireland Assembly has been suspended.
Tanaiste Simon Coveney says he’s sure a deal can be done before Christmas:

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