The Northern Ireland Executive’s “away day” at Greenmount Agricultural College has come to an end. And they’ve reportedly agreed to set up a cross-party review group “in a bid to find a way out of the economic crisis facing the Executive.” According to the BBC report
It is understood ministers were given the full economic and fiscal context of what is happening.
Official sources told the BBC the problems facing the Executive are enormous and on a scale people in NI are “simply not aware of”.
And who’s fault is that?
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