DUBLIN (Reuters) – Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald mentioned on Thursday there would be more talks on restoring devolved authorities in Northern Ireland, however the timing was unsure.
Talks to finish a year-long stalemate broke down but once more on Wednesday after the leader of the biggest unionist social gathering mentioned there was no prospect of a deal and known as on Britain to take additional monetary management of the area.
“Will there be more talks? Absolutely. When, I cannot be sure”, McDonald advised reporters.
Reporting by Graham Fahy; Editing by Andrew Heavens