A Potentially Bad Thursday for Northern Ireland
Based on recent opinion polls, the DUP and Sinn Fein will once again be the most popular parties in the upcoming elections. But because their squabbles led to the fall of the last government, they may have a hard time agreeing on a new coalition deal.
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Voters in Northern Ireland will head to the polls on March 2 to choose a new government, albeit ahead of schedule. These elections will test the mettle of the Good Friday Agreement as it starts to show signs of strain....
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