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Northern Ireland

Asked about the recent discussions Dr. Ian Paisley had with the Prime Minister, the PMOS said that discussions with the parties would continue, and he thought it better that they continued in private. What was significant was that all sides accepted it was an important time, and the time for decisions was short. How the decisions were reached was something the parties would want to reflect on, and we would want to discuss with them as a result.

Asked if a document was going to be published about the recent talks the PMOS replied that it would be better to wait and see what happened over the next few days. It made sense that the people of Northern Ireland needed to know what had been discussed.

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