Sinn Féin has planned meetings with the Irish and UK governments on Thursday, following the collapse of negotiations on Tuesday evening.
Negotiations formally ended on Wednesday, after the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), Arlene Foster, made clear that is no prospect for a unity government at this point in time.
Northern Ireland has failed to form a local government in Stormont for the last 13 months when the Republicans withdrew their support for Arlene Foster’s administration. ...
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