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Aine Lagan: Our next leader must have a plan For Northern Ireland

6 monthes ago   |   By Conservative Home

Aine Lagan is a Conservative activist, and is Head of Communications for Conservative Young Women.
Northern Ireland has been without its Assembly and Executive for over two and a half years. The talks conducted by James Brokenshire and his successor, Karen Bradley, have failed to bear any fruit.
While the backstop dominates the political agenda, Westminster remains precariously quiet on the next stage for Stormont and the region in general.
Our next Prime Minister must deliver a fresh plan and a new team to solve the political stalemate. They have to remember that they will the Prime...
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