Mr Denis Haughey

Former Social Democratic and Labour Party MLA for Mid Ulster

Recent appearances

  • Northern Ireland Assembly: Strategic Investment and Regeneration of Sites Bill:  Second Stage 14 Oct 2002

    On a point of order, Mr Speaker. The decision not to move the Second Stage of the Bill was taken long before Mr Leslie or I knew that there was a petition of concern. That is a matter of fact. On a second point of order, Mr Speaker. Is it in order for Members to request you to convey the feelings of the House to the Northern Ireland Office when the opinion of the House has not been recorded...
  • Northern Ireland Assembly: Strategic Investment and Regeneration of Sites Bill: First Stage 30 Sep 2002

    I beg leave to lay before the Assembly a Bill [NIA 8/02] to establish and provide for the functions of the Strategic Investment Board for Northern Ireland; to make provision for certain sites made available under the reinvestment and reform initiative, including provision for their regeneration by development corporations; and for connected purposes. Bill passed First Stage and ordered to be...
  • Northern Ireland Assembly: Draft Programme for Government 24 Sep 2002

    The debate in the Assembly begins the period of scrutiny of the Programme for Government. We have made a constructive start. There is no substitute for the vigorous cut and thrust of Assembly debate, with the exchange of witty sallies across the Floor and extravagant excursions into the upper stratosphere of high policy. It is very invigorating. Members have had an opportunity to express...

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Former Social Democratic and Labour Party MLA for Mid Ulster

Entered the Assembly on 25 June 1998 — General election

Left the Assembly on 28 April 2003 — General election

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