he governments of Britain and Ireland, frustrated in their latest efforts to broker a power-sharing deal in Northern Ireland, prepared a blueprint for compromise to be unveiled at the end of diplomatic meetings Friday. As negotiators from seven Northern Ireland parties returned to a luxury golf resort outside the seaside university town of St. Andrews, officials from both governments put the finishing touches on a document that spells out to the province’s rival camps the most likely route to reviving a Catholic-Protestant administration, the central dream of a 1998 peace accord. Full Story
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