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Show us the money! Still no guarantee over how Stormont's new deal will be funded

Issues like health, education and welfare reform. And then last night Finance Minister Conor Muprhy revealed that what is on the table is not nearly enough.
So what now? Vinny spoke with BBC political correspondent Enda McClafferty, Economist Paul Gosling, commentator Patricia MacBride, Henry Hill from Conservative Home and News Letter political editor Sam McBride.

Three years to the day since Stormont collapsed - Do you want it back?

Talks will continue this morning and unless a deal is agreed by next Monday the Secretary of State Julian Smith can call a fresh Assembly election.

The final package will have to address issues like the provision of the Irish Language, Petition of concern and it is expected a final deal will include cash from the Treasury aimed at helping a newly reformed Executive deal
with financial pressures.

It's been famously said in the past that politics is the art of compromise.
Unionist or nationalist, what concessions would you give to get the institutions back?

Another major revelation about how voting at the last election was conducted

This morning, more revelations which pose serious questions for the Electoral Office in Northern Ireland. Last week, we brought you an exclusive from a whistle blower from inside the Electoral Office who described scenes of chaos. The Electoral Office is closed today - but they have promised in previous statements to investigate all complaints, they insisted their service was professional and described our investigation as a "non story". We promised we would dig more - and this morning, we bring you another investigation into the election results in Northern Ireland. This time - we have an insider at one of the polling stations. He says he has been working in polling stations for 32 years - and he says the chaos he has seen at the last election is unprecedented. Stephen spoke to him about what he witnessed.

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