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Anything less will fail to restore public confidence in politics and the institutions.” TUV leader Jim Allister said a “DUP climb-down” on the Irish language appeared increasingly likely.The DUP was switching from “curried yoghurt to humble pie”, he claimed.

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The former Sinn Fein councillor had a motion passed by Cork County Council opposing the brutal practice last month.

Mrs May said: “The DUP and Sinn Fein have been working hard to close the remaining gaps.” Mr Varadkar said there was a “lot of work to do” but progress was going in the “right direction”.

The Taoiseach and Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney held discussions with all the parties except the DUP.

She said reform of the petition of concern was essential “to prevent any future difficult decisions destabilizing a new Executive and Assembly”.

Mrs Long added: “It is vital not only we see an Executive restored, but it is stable and capable of addressing the major political, social and financial challenges which face us.

The latest incident involves the memoir of former IRA diretor of operations, ‘My Life in the IRA’ by Mick Ryan.

The history book was released earlier this month and presents a Volunteers’ account of the IRA border campaign of the 1950s.Arlene Foster and Mary Lou Mc Donald were speaking as the Prime Minister and the Taoiseach travelled to Stormont to encourage the parties to finalize an agreement.Theresa May called for “one final push” to secure a deal and Leo Varadkar said he was “very hopeful” of an agreement being brokered this week.SDLP leader Colum Eastwood claimed the Prime Minister and Taoiseach had been brought to sign-off on a deal but were “instead left embarrassed by the DUP and Sinn Fein”.“The opportunity is still there to get this deal over the line but it will require a level of leadership and courage that has evaded these parties for far too long.“There is more in the deal currently proposed that benefits Sinn Fein than the DUP,” they said.