LONDON

Britain’s central government is ready to work with the newly restored Northern Ireland government, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday.

Visiting Belfast following the formation of the new power-sharing government in Stormont three years after it collapsed, Johnson met First Minister Arlene Foster and her deputy Michelle O’Neill.

“I just want to say how grateful I am to all the parties, to everybody here in Northern Ireland, for the way they have compromised the way they have worked together to get Stormont up and running once again,” Johnson told a press conference following the meeting with the new

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