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Anglo-Irish Agreement reflections on 30th anniversary of deal

Thirty years ago, the British and Irish governments were involved in intensive negotiations to try to forge a political deal.

They came up with the Anglo-Irish Agreement that gave the Republic of Ireland an official say in Northern Ireland's affairs for the first time.

BBC News NI's Mark Simpson looks at what has stemmed from that agreement.

  • 13 Nov 2015