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I certainly welcome the statement. I do not want to dilute Mr Givan's joy, but, as you know, East Antrim has four schools on the list compared with his three. It is certainly a good day for the education sector in my constituency of East Antrim in general and in Carrickfergus in particular. Mr Deputy Speaker, you know the problems that Carrickfergus Academy has had with having to work over...
I welcome the opportunity to highlight the work of the Public Accounts Committee during this Assembly term. It is an honour to work with the Committee as it examines public spending with the benefit of hindsight. It allows us to highlight good practice and poor value for money and to recommend improvements to the stewardship of taxpayers' money. The PAC has conducted significant work...
I agree with the Member about the difficulties that members of the public face. They really need to be dealt with by the Department. It is essential that the Minister works with DVLA to address the unfair penalties that have been issued due to the poor management of the Department, which are completely out of the drivers' control. Another issue is that driver tests are being cut short. If the...
DUP MLA for East Antrim
Entered the Assembly on 25 June 1998 — General election
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