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Clegg addresses first meeting of North-South Parliamentary Forum

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg was at the Slieve Donard Hotel in Newcastle where he “set out the Coalition Government’s approach to Northern Ireland”.

According to the press release:

“Northern Ireland is currently enjoying an exceptional period of stability. That is thanks to the political process. Thanks to strong and enlightened leadership across the whole community and thanks to the continuing implementation of the agreements, which the new government emphatically supports.”

via The Liberal Democrats: Latest News Detail.

The link will take you to the full release – I’m uploading the speech to the widget to it stay on the frontpage for a bit.


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