» Tuesday, January 9, 2007

Northern Ireland

Asked if Ian Paisley was right when he said that there was no set date to transfer policing to Northern Ireland, the PMOS said that he did not brief on personal conversations between the Prime Minister and the Northern Ireland political parties. What the Prime Minister was referring to in his article today was his assessment of what should happen if Sinn Fein fully supported the police and the rule of law. It was the Prime Minister’s firm view that if that did happen, then there should be devolution by May 2008.

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