UK and Ireland seek progress on NI government by October end to avoid new elections Brexit | Euractiv

The UK and Irish governments need to demonstrate that progress is being made towards agreeing on a new devolved government in Northern Ireland before the end of October to avoid fresh assembly elections, ministers said on Wednesday (28 September). 

Read More The UK and Irish governments need to demonstrate that progress is being made towards agreeing on a new devolved government in Northern Ireland before the end of October to avoid fresh assembly elections, ministers said on Wednesday (28 September).  

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