DUP leader Arlene Foster 'did not consider resigning' after NI election

Arlene Foster has said she never thought about resigning as Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader in the wake of the Northern Ireland Assembly election.

Mrs Foster told Sky News the election had not been “disastrous” but admitted it was a “wake up call for unionism”.

The election saw an end to the unionist majority at Stormont.

Sinn Féin now holds one seat fewer in the assembly than the DUP.

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