MLA, North Antrim
Will the Member give way?
The Member's point about opposition suggests that we are in a unique position. However, in Scotland, there is no official opposition; in Wales, there is no official opposition. We are not in a unique position. This is the type of Assembly that we have. It is not a mini-Westminster.
8. Mr McKay asked the Minister for Social Development, following the recent publication of the Equality Commission's investigation report on the Department for Social Development's compliance with its equality scheme commitments, to outline the progress that has been made by his Department on meeting its equality obligations. (AQO 9530/11-16)
Sinn Féin MLA for North Antrim
Entered the Assembly on 9 March 2007 — election
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