Let’s get back to Stormont, now

Reg Empy argues that indefinate stalling is only playing into the private agenda ofthe two big parties. He wants everyone back up at Stormont and to “start the clock ticking”:

Sir Reg said that the UUP did not support a rush back to power-sharing with Sinn Fein. The Assembly should be reconvened for six weeks to see if it could strike a deal on devolved government, he said. If, as he suspected, the Executive could not be re-established, then everyone would know where they stood in 2006 and this would clear the decks to explore other options.

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