Parties clash over Belfast's Girdwood regeneration plans

One of Northern Ireland’s main political parties has accused the two largest unionist and nationalist parties of cutting a deal over a regeneration scheme in Belfast in order to progress the redevelopment of the former Maze Prison outside the city.

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