MLA, Mid Ulster
First, I would like to acknowledge that some of the victims and survivors are with us tonight. They have had a long wait because this debate was to happen a lot earlier in the day, but it is very short in comparison with the wait they had for the report and the acknowledgement. I was at the launch of the report on Friday. The feeling, when I came out and spoke to people, was that the...
It is extremely unfortunate that we are in this position. However, I have been assured by the Finance Minister that some of the recommendations can be acted on and that he will work —
I do not intend to speak for very long on the motion. Many of the points that I would have made have already been made. We will oppose the motion because of the equality issue, and that is given all of what has been said by other Members in the Chamber today, as well as what Mr McCann has just said. Whilst I fully accept that there are soldiers who fought in wars that they may or may not...
Sinn Féin MLA for Mid Ulster
Entered the Assembly on 7 May 2016 — Election
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