UK political crisis mounts with possibility Stormont talks will be delayed till after #GE17
UK political stability increasingly undermined by cosntitutional crisis
ATTEMPTS to form a government in Northern Ireland may be delayed until after the UK General Election on 8 June.
Stormont parties are expected to meet to discuss the possible delay after a call from the SDLP.
Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire has extended the deadline for talks to form a power sharing executive until 29 June, after weeks of stalemate between the Republican party Sinn Fein and the main unionist party the DUP.