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Clock ticking on Northern Ireland elections after Stormont stalement deadline passes

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Clock ticking on Northern Ireland elections after Stormont stalement deadline passes

Clock ticking on Northern Ireland elections after Stormont stalement deadline passes

The 12-week countdown to new elections in Norethern Ireland has officially begun after a midnight deadline to resolve Stormont's stalement passed without a deal.


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