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'I am under a legal duty to call an election within 12 weeks': UK Northern Ireland minister


Chris Heaton-Harris, the UK's Northern Ireland minister, insists he is "under a legal duty to call an election within 12 weeks." The announcement comes as a deadline to resume devolved government at the Stormont assembly passed at midnight, after UK and regional lawmakers failed to resolve a standoff over post-Brexit trade rules. IMAGES

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