Karen Bradley: Support for new talks after local elections | UK news today

Karen Bradley: Support for new talks after local elections  |  UK news today

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the new secretary has said she would like to see a new talks process after the local government elections in May Karin Bradley said she would like to see a short focused set of talks at that point however she said the atmosphere needed to be right before cross party discussions could begin mrs. Bradley said she was waiting to find the point at which I believe the conditions are right for talks to go ahead the Secretary of State was giving evidence to the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee in Westminster where she faced questions on numerous issues mrs. Bradley's appearance comes after she had to apologise earlier in March for remarks that deaths caused by the security forces in Northern Ireland were not crimes she later told the House of Commons she had said the wrong thing at the time a number of victims groups and politicians called for her resignation during Wednesday's Westminster hearing several MPs asked questions about mrs. Bradley's handling of her portfolio Labour MP Kate Hoey suggested mrs. Bradley had not settled in and said some people felt it was time she was replaced Northtown MP lady Herman asked Karen Bradley if she still enjoyed her job than the Secretary of State said she did lady Herman also raised the issue of MLA pay and said that 12 million pounds has been paid to assembly members since the collapse of devolution in 2017 following an investigation into MLA salaries Assembly members have seen their wages reduced in to pay cuts pay was initially cut last year and again in January 2019 it means Emily's now earned thirty five thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight pounds responding to lady Herman mrs. Bradley promised to consider whether further work was needed on the issue of pay cuts the Secretary of State also faced criticism from Northampton MP Ian Paisley he was concerned about remarks by the prime minister saying that Northern Ireland was not prepared for an Odile briques it you

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