UK, Ireland pause talks to restore Northern Ireland’s regional government – FT

FILE PHOTO: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson greets newly-elected Conservative MPs at the Houses of Parliament, London, Britain December 16, 2019. Leon Neal/Pool via REUTERS

(Reuters) – Irish and British governments have “paused” talks to restore Northern Ireland’s devolved regional government, stalling a power-sharing agreement between the Irish nationalists and pro-British unionists in the region, the Financial Times reported on Friday.

Talks for a deal between the Sinn Fein party and the Democratic Unionist Party will restart after Christmas, the newspaper added, citing a senior Irish official.

Reporting by Akshay Balan in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini Ganguli

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