Daniel McCrossan

Social Democratic and Labour Party MLA for West Tyrone

@McCrossanMLA

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Social Democratic and Labour Party MLA for West Tyrone

Entered the Assembly on 7 January 2016 — appointed

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Recent appearances

  • Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Defective Premises Bill: Final Stage 2 Jul 2024

    I thank the Minister for giving way and providing that clarification. Minister, in the hypothetical context in which Matthew O'Toole has a house in Tyrone — he does not, by the way — that has mica in it and, say, it is 15 years since it was constructed and the contractor has gone bust, what support or redress is there for the affected person in that situation? Ultimately, that is what we...
  • Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Defective Premises Bill: Final Stage 2 Jul 2024

    As I have stated at the Bill's various stages, accelerated passage is not the proper way to do business in the House. It has led to concerns being raised, concerns that I raised at the Committee for Communities. They were thrashed out between members and across the House in recent weeks. It would have added to the Bill and reassurance would certainly have been provided had we had a Committee...
  • Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: North/South Ministerial Council: Transport 2 Jul 2024

    The commissioners' report from the public inquiry on the A5 has been with the Department for 10 months; it has been on the Minister's desk for six months. Five people have died since February. The Minister has told me that he is being careful, yet, yesterday — three days before the election — he made an announcement to the House about his intention. Whilst I cautiously welcome it, I am...

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