Conor Devine on whether Northern Ireland's future is going up in smoke

Feb 16, 2017, 12:01 AM

Even in the most remarkable of years, it seemed unbelievable that Northern Ireland's power-sharing agreement - ushered in by the Good Friday agreement of 1998 - could be brought to its knees by a renewable heating incentive to burn wood pellets. However, the fallout from the ill-conceived scheme, dubbed 'cash for ash,' has led a furore over a political resignation and a snap election on March 2 Tim was joined by Conor Devine to find out the latest from Northern Ireland, and to see whether its public have been soothed by the noises coming from Westminster ahead of Article 50 being evoked. If you enjoy Conor's interview then be sure to check back to Episode 15, where he explains the need for the Irish to come together in the wake of Brexit.

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