Significant gaps remain in bid to restore Northern Irish power-sharing: UK PM May’s office

Significant gaps still remain between parties attempting to restore Northern Ireland s power-sharing administration, British Prime Minister Theresa May s office said on Monday after she spoke with Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar. May and Varadkar agreed in a phonecall that it was in the interests of everyone that the executive was restored, but differences remained over issues such as the Irish language. Northern

Ireland has been without a devolved administration since its collapse in January, raising the prospect of direct rule being re-imposed from London.

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