Northern Ireland MP hopes agreement can still be reached

Tue 31 Dec 2013
By Administrator User

It's after politicians from the five main parties failed to settle their differences over parades, flags and the legacy of the troubles.

The Prime Minister says it's 'disappointing' talks in Northern Ireland have broken up without agreement.

Politicians were taking part in a final effort to settle differences over parades, flags and the legacy of the troubles.

Naomi Long is Northern Ireland Alliance Party Deputy Leader and a Christian MP, she told Premier's Marcus Jones on the News Hour why the talks have been so difficult:

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