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Stormont crisis: Talks to save Northern Ireland power sharing

Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers will convene talks at Stormont on Monday aimed at saving Northern Ireland's power sharing government from collapse.

It comes after First Minister and Democratic Unionist Party leader Peter Robinson stepped down after nationalist parties refused to adjourn power-sharing at the Northern Ireland Assembly following a murder that police said was linked to the disbanded IRA.

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Cameron 'gravely concerned' about Northern Ireland

David Cameron has expressed his "deep concern" over the possible collapse of power-sharing in Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland is facing its biggest political crisis in more than a decade, with the government likely to be asked to suspend the province's power-sharing administration after a murder that police said was linked to the disbanded IRA.

The PM is gravely concerned about the situation... we want to see all politicians in Northern Ireland working together to build a better future for the country.

– Spokeswoman for David Cameron

Mr Cameron was considering the "next steps" and speaking to both the province's First Minister Peter Robinson and the Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers, the spokeswoman said.

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