Power sharing talks to restore Stormont resume today – but should it return without an Assembly election first?

Jan 02, 2020, 10:31 AM
Talks aimed at restoring power sharing in Northern Ireland
are expected to resume today.
The British and Irish governments had been holding talks with the parties 
but they were paused over the Christmas holidays.

The parties have until the of 13th January to broker a deal.

But one former MLA says let the people speak first. 

Eamonn McCann says there should be 'no return' without an Assembly election. But do you agree?

Vinny Hurrell was joined by BBC NI  political correspondent Jayne McCormack, former MLA's Eamonn McCann and Nelson McCausland.