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Prime ministers set to arrive at Northern Ireland talks

Prime Minister David Cameron and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny will arrive in Northern Ireland on Thursday to push for a deal in the current round of inter-party talks.

The five executive parties have been negotiating for two months, with Sinn Féin warning that Stormont will crash if there isn't a deal, but the DUP says it is planning for success, not failure.

BBC News NI Political Correspondent Chris Page reports.

  • 10 Dec 2014
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