Mayhew attacks IRA over arms

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The Independent Online
The IRA was attacked last night by Patrick Mayhew, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, for failing to give up arms, and causing the stalemate over the peace process.

His attack came as John Major and John Bruton, the Taoi-seach, tried to rescue hopes of a summit tomorrow, to announce their plans for bringing Sinn Fein to negotiations. David Trimble, the Ulster Unionist leader, warned his plans for an elected assembly in Ulster could be the only way out of the stalemate.