DUP says there has been no breakthrough in negotiations to restore devolution, and talks could run on until Monday

Negotiations to restore power-sharing government in Northern Ireland have been extended to yet another round of all-party discussions, the government has said.

A 29 June deadline had been originally imposed by the secretary of state for Northern Ireland, James Brokenshire before the general election, but the main parties in the Stormont assembly have been given more time to reach a deal to bring back devolution.

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