Northern Ireland Assembly law passed
The Lords have passed the Northern Ireland Act today allowing the Northern Ireland Assembly to be reconvened later this year.
The Northern Ireland Assembly was suspended in 2002 because of allegations of republican spies in Stormont. When it is reconvened at the end of this year, England will once again be the only country in the UK that is rulled directly by the British government. Even the Outer Hebredies have more autonomy than England!