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Northern Ireland parties urged to work together after Sinn Fein win

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By SYLVIA HUI

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The "Democratic" Unionist Party need to look at that key word in their own name "DEMOCRATIC" . The people have spoken "democratically". The voters "democratic" wishes must be respected. Because that's "democracy" even if the DUP don't like it. The DUP are obliged to accept the "democratic" results, take their seats and respect their "democratically" altered role as second-minister to Shinn Fein's first minister. If they don't, then de facto they are not "democratic."

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The union of Ireland would be beautiful as well as the separation of Scotland, a hard blow to England..

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The UK, U.S. and Irish governments have urged rival parties in Northern Ireland to come together to resurrect its power-sharing government after Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein scored a historic victory to become the biggest party in Northern Ireland's Assembly.

It's not your business US, stop intervening, none of your business there..

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The union of Ireland would be beautiful as well as the separation of Scotland, a hard blow to England..

It's not your business US, stop intervening, none of your business there..

why don't you follow YOUR OWN advice?

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a hard blow to England..

I think many in England would like to be a separate country too. It's those that like the idea of a UK that will be unhappy.

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There’s something so decidedly…British about professing to honor deals, and then unilaterally deciding not to abide by said deals when it turns out they’re going to draw the short stick.

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