Thursday, January 26, 2006


Ahern and Blair meet in Dublin for talks

How nice it is that Taoiseach Bertie Ahern is holding a summit with British Prime Minister Tony Blair in Dublin today in a bid to kick-start a fresh bid to bring back the North's Assembly and other political institutions.

The two leaders will meet at Farmleigh House in Dublin’s Phoenix Park as parties in the North prepare for a new round of talks on February 6.

The Irish role in the North's affairs is pivotal and the British government acknowledges that.

However it might be now time for the British government to grant Joint Authority in the North and make the Irish government an official partner in the governing of the region.

As I've said before, the DUP can't be allowed to halt progress.


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