» Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Northern Ireland

Asked for Downing Street’s reaction to the public clash yesterday between Peter Robinson and Martin McGuiness over whether parading was a pre-condition for an agreement on devolution, the PMS advised people to speak to the Northern Ireland Office. The Government’s view was that we were hopeful that, having agreed the terms of the devolutionary justice and policing that we could continue to make progress. It was for the individual parties to approve the package and move forward.

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