PRESSURE MOUNTING ON STORMONT PARTIES TO FORM A GOVERNMENT

Pressure is mounting on political parties in the North ahead of a deadline to form a power sharing Executive.

The Secretary of State James Brokenshire previously indicated negotiations won’t be permitted to continue past Easter.

Issues such as legacy and an Irish Language Act appear to remain the major sticking points in the talks.

The newly appointed leader of the Ulster Unionist Party Robin Swann says direct rule would be a retrograde step.

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