NI leaders say Covid-19 response is proof they can work together

The joint leaders of Northern Ireland's devolved government say their response to Covid-19 is proof unionists and nationalists can work together.

After three years of deadlock, Sinn Féin and the DUP started collaborating again in January.

It meant the administration at Stormont was only 10 weeks old when they found themselves dealing with the pandemic.

First minister Arlene Foster says the two parties have united: