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Peter Robinson: Cameron has more work to do on Northern Ireland

The prime minister "has more work to do" to help the Northern Irish executive reach agreement on several contentious issues, First Minister Peter Robinson has said.

He was speaking after David Cameron departed Belfast following 18 hours of cross-party talks at Stormont.

Mr Cameron said a deal had not been reached on issues like welfare reform and parades, but he had offered "financial fire power" for one.

Mr Robinson said the prime minister needed to come up with a "better package", but conceded that MLAs can't blame other people for their problems.

  • 12 Dec 2014
  • From the section UK
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