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Sammy Douglas 4. Mr Douglas asked the Minister of Education for his assessment of the importance of community-based initiatives, such as EastSide Learning, in improving education outcomes for children and...
Andy Allen T9. Mr Allen asked the Minister of Justice what engagement she and her officials have had with the Minister for Communities about the potential increase of welfare reform appeals. (AQT 674/16-21)
Paul Girvan T7. Mr Girvan asked the Minister of Justice, in relation to sickness associated with prison officers, whether there is any record of how we relate in the table associated with sickness levels...
Robbie Butler 2. Mr Butler asked the Minister of Education for his assessment of the announcement by National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers that nearly 200 schools will be going on...
Robin Newton I wish to inform the House that I have received the resignation of Mr Robin Swann as Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee with effect from 11.58 pm on Wednesday 25 January 2017.
The current Northern Ireland Assembly was established in 1998 as part of the Belfast Agreement. It was suspended on the 14th of October 2002, and remained suspended until 8th May 2007.
Between 8 May 2006 and 22 November 2006 the Assembly established under the Northern Ireland Act 2006, and between November 2006 and January 2007 the Transitional Assembly created by the Northern Ireland (St Andrews Agreement) Act 2006, met in order to prepare for the restoration of devolved government.