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# joint authority
Sinn Féin and SDLP call for joint Dublin-London rule in Northern Ireland if Executive blocked
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said that there could not be a return to previous direct rule arrangements.
# circle the date
Remember remember 15th of December: Possible Stormont vote could clash with Taoiseach rotation
The two events could also clash with an EU summit.
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DUP leader urged to nominate deputy first minister to restore executive
British Secretary of State Brandon Lewis is set to meet with the leaders of the Stormont parties tomorrow.
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SDLP’s Nichola Mallon loses seat as Sinn Féin wins historic victory in Stormont election
Sinn Féin remains firmly on course to emerge as the largest Stormont party.
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Sinn Féin set for best Assembly election result with most first-preference votes
The Sinn Féin vice-president and the leaders of the DUP and Alliance Party were all elected on the first count in their constituencies.
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Here's how much the North's parties spent on ads on Facebook ahead of the Assembly election
Over £30,000 has been spent by the five main parties during the election campaign.
# Assembly election
'The Protocol isn't the concern': How cost of living and health is dominating the Stormont election
The Journal joined canvassers in South Belfast to see what issues were at the forefront ahead of the 5 May election.
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# factcheck
FactCheck: Are there really more Polish speakers than Irish speakers in Northern Ireland?
DUP leader Arlene Foster raised some eyebrows with her claim during the week. Is it true?
# Assembly election
Northern Ireland: All 108 seats filled as election count finishes
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) still hold the most seats, having finished the day on 38.