Bruton urges action on Ulster

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During the first visit by a foreign head of government since Tony Blair's arrival at Downing Street, the Taoiseach, John Bruton, will today urge Mr Blair to move urgently to avert a repetition of last summer's disturbances arising from the Ulster marching season.

The two prime ministers will also analyse the prospects for a renewed IRA ceasefire. Alan Murdoch

Blair's chance for peace, page 18