Paul Bew

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The crisis of Peter and Iris Robinson, falling hard upon the heels of the fall of the House of Paisley, may well mark the end of dynasty politics in Northern Ireland. But its significance is far greater than that. The First Minister, Peter Robinson was the British and Irish governments’ best hope to achieve delivery of the final critical stage in the peace process — the devolution of policing and justice powers to Northern Ireland.

Wounded as he now is, even if he manages to maintain his leadership in the short term, has he the capacity to persuade the increasingly assertive right wing of his party to cut the final deal with Sinn Féin?…  Seguir leyendo »