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Danny Kennedy 2. Mr Kennedy asked the Minister of Health for her assessment of the pressures on the Armagh GP out of hours service. (AQO 890/16-21)
Kellie Armstrong 2. Ms Armstrong asked the Minister of Finance how the Ulster University Economic Policy Centre report on the cost of division has been factored into the 2017-18 Executive Budget. (AQO 876/16-21)
Robin Newton I have received notice from the Minister of Finance that he wishes to make a statement.
Lord Maurice Morrow The Business Committee has agreed to allow up to two hours for the debate. The proposer of the motion will have 10 minutes to propose and 10 minutes to make a winding-up speech. One amendment...
Robin Newton The proposer of the topic will have 15 minutes to speak.
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.