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New start needed at Stormont

New start needed at Stormont

Leading article
While fingers can be pointed in many directions over the responsibility for the dire state of our devolved structures, we are probably at a stage where the priority needs to be accepting that we have a permanently dysfunctional administration and concentrating on the search for its replacement.
Sinn Féin deny PSNI deal over Robert McCartney    Stormont figureheads back within days    Mallon calls for an end to governments' 'constructive ambiguity'    Executive on the brink after Dodds warning    Stormont institutions look set for collapse