McGuinness: move on, nothing more to see here

Martin McGuinness, after laying out his party’s conditions for resuming the institutions of the Belfast Agreement, proposes the government kill it off: “If the DUP are not prepared to play their part in all of that, then the two governments should just get on with it. The Assembly should effectively be abolished, the wages should be stopped and the two governments should press on with the all Ireland agenda.”

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