N Ireland political parties in final push for agreement
The political parties in Northern Ireland are meeting in a final attempt to reach agreement on issues left outstanding from the peace process. Talks, chaired by the former US diplomat, Richard Haass, have been going on since July.
The main issues have been the flying of contentious flags, a code of conduct for parades on both sides, plus a mechanism for resolving unsolved murder cases from the time of the Troubles.
Andy Martin reports.
30 Dec 2013
- From the section Northern Ireland