Sinn Féin accuses DUP of refusing to change tack in opposition to an Irish language act

Talks to restore a power-sharing devolved government in Northern Ireland are on course to fail after Sinn Féin accused the Democratic Unionist party of refusing to budge in its opposition to an Irish language act.

Sinn Féin also dismissed suggestions that the discussions could be extended beyond Thursday’s deadline when, if there is no agreement, Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire may reimpose direct rule from London.

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