Good Friday Agreement
Representatives from across the political spectrum in Northern Ireland, along with the British and Irish governments, reached agreement after nearly two years of talks. The outcome was the Good Friday Agreement, setting out plans for a Northern Ireland Assembly and a North South Ministerial Council linking the Belfast and Dublin governments. The agreement is subject to ratification by referendums in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Available since: Tue 19 Mar 2013
BBC archive clips about politics in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.
More clips from 10/04/1998
More clips from BBC News
- Peace deal is done in Northern Ireland Duration: 05:41 10/04/1998
- Key stages leading to Good Friday Agreement Duration: 02:59 10/04/1998
- Reaction to Good Friday Agreement Duration: 04:08 10/04/1998
- MP Bernadette Devlin does not expect to be interned Duration: 00:44 09/08/1971
- Bingo in Belfast Duration: 00:45 31/10/1969