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Northern Ireland Assembly Sits For Final Time Today Ahead Of May's Elections

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DUP & Sinn Fein expected to be two biggest parties

The Northern Ireland Assembly will sit for the last time today ahead of May's elections.

Stormont has collapsed twice over its current five year term, most recently this year when Paul Givan resigned as First Minister in opposition to the Northern Ireland protocol.

Both the DUP and Sinn Fein will be vying to become the biggest party when people go to the polls in May.

Professor of Politics at the University of Liverpool, Jon Tonge discusses:

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