NI Secretary outlines plans if talks fail
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NI Secretary outlines plans should Stormont talks fail

Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has outlined plans should Stormont power-sharing talks fail.

James Brokenshire said there was "no appetite for another election" after Monday's deadline to form a new power-sharing executive passed.

But if there was no deal by the end of the Assembly's Easter holiday - on 18 April - Mr Brokenshire will bring forward legislation to enable a regional rate to be set.

  • 28 Mar 2017