Stormont crisis: Theresa Villiers to call for fresh NI talks
11 September 2015
From the section Northern Ireland
Ms Villiers said the current political situation was “very serious”, but said it could be “retrieved”
The government hopes to reconvene cross-party talks next week as the crisis within Northern Ireland’s power-sharing executive deepens.
It comes after Democratic Unionist leader Peter Robinson stood aside and his other party ministers, except one, resigned from the executive.
The latest crisis followed a police analysis that IRA members were involved in the murder of a former IRA man.
Three senior republicans were arrested this week and subsequently released.
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers said the current political situation was “very serious”, but could be “retrieved”.
“Both the two issues on the agenda, the questions around paramilitaries and the implementation of the Stormont House Agreement …read more
Source:: BBC UK