Irish talks to go on in Belfast

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THE parties involved in the Northern Ireland constitutional talks agreed yesterday to continue their negotiations about the future of the Province in Belfast next week.

The talks involving the Irish Government, British ministers, and the Ulster Unionists, the Democratic Unionist Party, Social Democratic and Labour Party and the Alliance party, were adjourned at Lancaster House, London, and will resume at Stormont on 15 July. Although progress has been slow, the Government was relieved talks were continuing.