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Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Enterprise, Trade and Investment: Exploration Licences (14 Mar 2016)

David McNarry: 4. Mr McNarry asked the Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment how many petroleum and natural gas exploration licences are operational in Northern Ireland. (AQO 9842/11-16)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Enterprise, Trade and Investment: Exploration Licences (14 Mar 2016)

David McNarry: I trust that the Minister will agree that it is a no-brainer, with energy gold under our own feet, not to use it. Will he say, in the light of his previous answers, what new funding his Department could bid for after 23 June for the development of energy?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister: Terrorism: Security Force Action (7 Mar 2016)

David McNarry: T1. Mr McNarry asked the First Minister and deputy First Minister what assurances the First Minister can give that action by the security forces will be swiftly implemented to thwart life-threatening terrorist activity, given that we all support the PSNI and others in their efforts against terrorists. (AQT 3601/11-16)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister: Terrorism: Security Force Action (7 Mar 2016)

David McNarry: I thank the First Minister for her answer and ask her whether she considers it premature to upgrade border patrols and the rounding up of terrorist suspects.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture and Rural Development: EU Fines and Financial Penalties (23 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: 3. Mr McNarry asked the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development how much her Department has paid in fines and financial penalties levied by the European Union since 2008. (AQO 9710/11-16)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture and Rural Development: EU Fines and Financial Penalties (23 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: I am somewhat astounded — actually, flabbergasted — by the amounts. These are fines and penalties. The Minister said little about the reasons or whether there had been repetitive failures. Given that she might elaborate on that, can she also tell us what, in fact, she is doing to stop future fines and penalties of this nature?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Social Development: Housing Executive Stock (23 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: Being ahead of the Minister is certainly something. Will he say that, as the Housing Executive cannot borrow money and housing associations are already heavily committed financially, he will not propose high rent increases, regardless of whether he has got this report today?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Social Development: Housing Executive Stock (23 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: T1. Mr McNarry asked the Minister for Social Development to state where in the Fresh Start proposals it identifies the number of new affordable homes to be built this year and in the next four years, given that a report published today has said that £6·7 billion is needed to update Housing Executive stock over the next 30 years, with £1·5 billion required over the next five years. (AQT...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health, Social Services and Public Safety: Waiting Lists: Private Sector Usage (16 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: T1. Mr McNarry asked the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to detail the impact that his usage of the private sector will have on reducing waiting lists for people who are in pain and awaiting a hospital procedure. (AQT 3511/11-16)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health, Social Services and Public Safety: Waiting Lists: Private Sector Usage (16 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: I suspect that most if not all people in pain do not give a toss or care who does the procedure at the end of the day. Will the Minister tell the House what the cost differences between the private sector and the public sector work out as? Will he say why, he believes, the spare capacity in the private sector is sitting there and not being matched by the NHS? Minister, why do we have the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Justice (No. 2) Bill: Consideration Stage (10 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. Maybe you might give a ruling. When a Member speaks in debates such as this he should do factually and should not introduce matters that are not factual and that I contradict. My leader may have those views, but UKIP, as a party, does not.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Justice (No. 2) Bill: Consideration Stage (10 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: We have faced many challenges in this Assembly term, and none more so than the issue that we are discussing today. Let me say this: we cannot do this. We just cannot support these amendments. The matter is not a contest. It is unedifying to hear some — from outside, may I say — attempting to turn it into a winner-takes-all prize. We recognise that this is about legislation of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Rates (Amendment) Bill: Further Consideration Stage (1 Feb 2016)

David McNarry: I am intrigued by the debate, never having raced a pigeon in my life. I am wondering whether communications in my old party are still carried out by pigeon carrier. On a more serious note, can the Member inform the House of the training element that goes into pigeon racing and the physicality that he is talking about, which I think is a good point? Can he maybe give us an insight as to how...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Social Development: Syrian Refugees (11 Jan 2016)

David McNarry: T1. Mr McNarry asked the Minister for Social Development, having noted his provision of £35 million for the homeless, which he certainly welcomes, to advise how our welcome guests from Syria are settling into their homes as refugees, whether their needs are being addressed satisfactorily and whether they have any specific requirements that have come to his attention. (AQT 3291/11-16)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Social Development: Syrian Refugees (11 Jan 2016)

David McNarry: It is pleasing and gratifying to hear the answer from the Minister so far. Will he say whether he has had any reports of discontent on the part of locals that would have a bearing on those who are already here and particularly on those coming in the next tranche of refugees, when they arrive? Will he join me in repudiating those who act with racial prejudice?


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