I came to the Derry Guild Hall for a policy and governance meeting of a cross-party national association of Councillors. The setting of the Guild Hall building, adjacent to the historic City Walls - with a view of the Peace Bridge spanning the Foyle River - provides for history, but the council chamber is most modern, with seating within two crescents and is fit for collaborative governance, rather than the traditional adversary architecture of our parliamentary system. I hope the changes and modernisation promotes consensus.
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