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Inside Politics 6.05pm Martin McGuinness hints at moves towards smaller Assembly and enhanced north south cooperation
The first and deputy first ministers have launched a plan for the agri-food industry which they say will aim to create 15,000 jobs over the next 7-years.
Sinn Féin refute UKIP's claims that they would pull a united Ireland out of the EU.
Boris Johnson says the only way to convince the Treasury to devolve corporation tax powers to Stormont is to show the Exchequer it would save it money in the long-term.
US President Barack Obama is to visit Belfast next month, when he arrives in Northern Ireland for the G8 summit.
Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt says he is pulling out of a conference organised by Sinn Fein in protest at remarks by one of the party's executive ministers.
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