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The Westminster government and the Stormont, the NI Executive Will support an additional £1 billion to,.
"that a quick injection of £550 to the Executive's finances on a sustainable path".
to fix the the £200m, the wages of nurses and armed.
the government said The financial package "Will be accompanied by strict conditions," in the Stormont-offer to "accountability in public expenditure" and the development of "sustainable public services".
He added that the offer includes strict financial conditions, such as the creation of an independent fiscal Council.
the government But added, there are no requirements for additional increase of the revenue by the Executive.'act of Bad Faith '
and it was, as announced.
"The bottom line is with this proposed package, our public services face a shortfall of at least £1 billion in the next year alone," he said.Mr Murphy said, departmental officials check would said the numbers
He committed to the proposed package adds £100m to £150m before, for the old institutions.
"it is at least £50m behind the estimated cost of £300-£400 million," he said.
The Sinn Féin MLA suggested that The Announcement from Westminster was made, "against the wishes" of The First and Deputy first Minister. He hopes to meet with the Chancellor next week for Further talks.
"This is not and cannot be, the end of The Matter ," he said.
However, in a tweet on Wednesday evening, Secretary of state Julian Smith defended the funding, and called on politicians to, "get on with it".
He wrote: "Let us remember members remember were from the work of three years at a price of [More Than ] £15m salaries.
The financial package includes:
It is not yet clear what the expenditure commitments relate to the supply and increases the result of The Automatic .