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After the General Election- Now What?

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What will happen to house prices and transactions here now after this general election? I've heard lots of sales have been falling through recently 

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I can't see stormont getting going while the DUP hold up the Conservatives. Can't see SF accepting them as honest brokers. In saying that, I give the current arrangement 3 months. May will be ousted very soon and yet another election called. 

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Yes, indeed. How about another election at £150 million?

Why does she need to make an alliance with the DUP? There's no way they're going to back JC. Surely she can plough ahead with her minority government, certain of their support. Until the next election, of course.

And she hasn't visited grenfell yet.

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Bump. 

So since the GE and with nothing much getting organized at Stormont, it seems NIreland is now being run by a different entity, called "Civil Servants".

So I am wondering who exactly tells them what to do these days- does anybody know?

 

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If you were a politician and you thought things were looking up, you'd want power.

Direct Rule seems to suit both tribes at the moment. 

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12 hours ago, Thorn said:

If you were a politician and you thought things were looking up, you'd want power.

Direct Rule seems to suit both tribes at the moment. 

no-didnt happen pre 2007 when the economy was on steroids. 

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5 hours ago, Thorn said:

Weren't the locals in then?

cant remember the exact dates but they got back together in the summer of 2007 after a 18 month or two year paid holiday.

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Seems to be very little local appetite to take the reins at the moment.

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