DUP MP Gregory Campbell says Arlene Foster will NOT stand down #AE17
It has been the biggest shocks to the political landscape in the history of Northern Ireland. For the first time there is no unionist majority at Stormont. Sinn Fein has had its best result ever, coming less than two thousand votes - and just one seat - behind the DUP. And Northern Ireland's founding party, the UUP, have slipped into fourth place, behind both their nationalist rivals. Their leader, Mike Nesbitt, has resigned, and there are now questions over the future of Arlene Foster, the leader of the DUP. What now? The clock is ticking. Local parties have three weeks to form a government before the people of Northern Ireland are asked to go to the polls for the fourth time in a year. That process starts this morning, as Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire meets Stormont party leaders to try to persuade them to form a new power-sharing Executive. Stephen spoke to DUP MP Gregory Campbell.