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Stormont

a suburb of Belfast: site of Parliament House (1928--30), formerly the seat of the parliament of Northern Ireland (1922--72) and since 1998 of the Northern Ireland assembly, and Stormont Castle, formerly the residence of the prime minister of Northern Ireland and since 1998 the office of the province's first minister
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The Stormont House Agreement was agreed by political parties in Northern Ireland, and the UK and Irish Governments in 2014.
The dinner in Belfast was organised ahead of Mr Johnson's first visit yesterday to Stormont as Prime Minister, where he was holding a series of meetings with the five main parties.
Arlene Foster "But the crucial thing is to get this Stormont government up and running again."
Committee chair Simon Hoare said: "The Secretary of State can take action to improve the situation for care by implementing regulations previously agreed at Stormont.
Consulting Stormont on the backstop could effectively give the DUP a veto on a deal.
Crisis talks led by the British and Irish governments are due to be held at Stormont.
Sinn Fein Stormont Assembly member Conor Murphy said the party would not be distracted by an electoral contest within unionism.
But the 11-week process was still going on, with no immediate end in sight, as daylight broke over the talks venue at Stormont House.
Scotland Yard, the FBI and the Irish secret service must know the identity of the bombers, but they are not going to do anything that would cause the collapse of Stormont.
In Division One, The Thomas Wilson crashed to a heavy defeat against Stormont Main.
THE SDLP yesterday staked a claim to any future ministry of justice job at Stormont and accused the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein of excluding it.