PMQs: Cameron and Dodds on Northern Ireland Haass talks

There was "absolutely no question of an imposed solution" over talks in Northern Ireland, said David Cameron.

DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds asked him about talks hosted by former US diplomat Richard Haass in Belfast, and the role of the Irish government and "collusion with the IRA".

The prime minister said that he wanted talks to continue and that the "British and Irish governments are there to help" make progress.

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