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Northern Ireland Assembly: Public Expenditure: December Monitoring (22 Jan 2001)

Edwin Poots: I welcome the additional £600,000 for historic buildings grants, as that will lever more money from the heritage lottery fund for Northern Ireland. How much money is being spent on planning compensation? How much money has been set aside for the Irish-medium education trust fund? Given the state of school buildings in the controlled sector, there is a lot of concern in my community that...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Arts and Leisure: Northern Ireland National Stadium (22 Jan 2001)

Edwin Poots: 1. asked the Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure what consultation he has had on the development of a national stadium for Northern Ireland. (AQO 568/00)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Punishment Beatings (23 Jan 2001)

Ian Paisley Jnr: ..., Billy Hutchinson, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Danny Kennedy, Robert McCartney, David McClarty, William McCrea, Alan McFarland, Maurice Morrow, Sean Neeson, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Patrick Roche, George Savage, Jim Shannon, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Sammy Wilson. Noes Bairbre de Brún, Pat Doherty,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Standing Orders (29 Jan 2001)

Edwin Poots: The Committee of the Centre welcomes the opportunity to be able to conduct its business more efficiently, as a result of the Standing Orders being amended. The situation was, indeed, an anomalous one, in that the Committee could not deal with issues coming from the Office of the First Minister and the Deputy First Minister without a motion being put before the Assembly.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Children’s Commissioner (29 Jan 2001)

Edwin Poots: I give a general welcome to the proposal. Some time ago, I went to table a motion in regard to this matter, only to find that on the previous day the Alliance Party had tabled one, which was worded virtually the same as mine. Although I did not get to put my motion down, I welcome the thrust of today’s statement. Bearing in mind that there will be a consultation process and, therefore, that...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Health and Personal Social Services Bill: Further Consideration Stage (30 Jan 2001)

Dr Joe Hendron: ..., Roger Hutchinson, Danny Kennedy, James Leslie, Kieran McCarthy, David McClarty, William McCrea, Alan McFarland, Michael McGimpsey, Maurice Morrow, Sean Neeson, Dermot Nesbitt, Ian Paisley Jnr, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, George Savage, Jim Shannon, John Taylor, David Trimble, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Jim Wilson, Sammy Wilson. Noes...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Garda Síochána (30 Jan 2001)

Edwin Poots: It is interesting to speak after the previous Member. The Member often speaks for Sinn Féin/IRA. They appear to have difficulty getting Members to speak. The Member from Mid Ulster seems to be the spokesman on everything and the expert on nothing. I support this motion. It is important that the public’s attention be directed towards this matter. Many people, particularly in the Nationalist...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Children’s Commissioner (30 Jan 2001)

Edwin Poots: With regard to the last comments, it is unacceptable that there is no Minister present in the House to respond. There are four Ministers in that Department, and it is not good enough that none of them can give the time to respond to the issue. I ask the Business Committee to examine that. Many debates cannot be heard in the Assembly because Ministers are not available. Ministers are...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Traffic Congestion (Ballynahinch) (30 Jan 2001)

Edwin Poots: Does my hon Friend accept that that does not only affect the residents of the Down District Council area? I represent the neighbouring constituency of Lagan Valley, and many people from my constituency travel through Ballynahinch to reach the services that are available in the Down district, particularly in Downpatrick where there is a Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency office, an...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Office of First Minister and Deputy First Minister: ‘All Truth Is Bitter’ (Report) (5 Feb 2001)

Edwin Poots: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. As the individual who raised this matter, I should point out that I asked the Business Committee to look at the situation where Executive Ministers had difficulty attending sittings of the Assembly at any time.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Environment: Areas of Special Scientific Interest (5 Feb 2001)

Edwin Poots: 14. asked the Minister of the Environment to outline the steps he is taking to give greater protection to areas of special scientific interest. (AQO 675/00)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Civic Forum (6 Feb 2001)

Edwin Poots: I am speaking as a Member of the legislative Assembly and not as Chairperson of the Committee of the Centre. This motion was never presented to the Committee, so members had no opportunity to give their views on it. It is, however, good to see the Junior Minister, Mr Nesbitt, with us — [Interruption].

Northern Ireland Assembly: BSE Tests (12 Feb 2001)

Edwin Poots: Given that this is a relatively new test, how confident can the Minister be of its accuracy? Can the Minister indicate how many cattle were slaughtered in Northern Ireland for human consumption in 2000? Perhaps we can take the positive elements from this matter. The Minister mentioned that 2,500 animals were tested, and of those, 54 were positive. None of those animals was under four years...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Public Expenditure: December Monitoring (12 Feb 2001)

Edwin Poots: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. First, you called two Members of the Ulster Unionist Party consecutively. When calling Members to speak, I understood that you had to do so on the basis of how they were aligned when they were elected to the House. You called Mr Weir and then Mr Hussey. That removed the opportunity for other parties to have their full allocation. Secondly, perhaps you...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Government Resources and Accounts Bill:Consideration Stage (12 Feb 2001)

Lord John Alderdice: ...Gorman, Tom Hamilton, William Hay, Derek Hussey, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, James Leslie, Kieran McCarthy, Robert McCartney, Alan McFarland, Michael McGimpsey, Sean Neeson, Ian Paisley Jnr, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Jim Shannon, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Jim Wilson, Sammy Wilson. Question accordingly negatived. New Clause Amendment No 5...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Schools Performance Information (13 Feb 2001)

Sammy Wilson: ..., Robert Coulter, Ivan Davis, Nigel Dodds, Oliver Gibson, Tom Hamilton, William Hay, David Hilditch, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Danny Kennedy, Alan McFarland, Maurice Morrow, Ian Paisley Jnr, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Jim Shannon, David Trimble, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Jim Wilson, Sammy Wilson. Question accordingly negatived. Main question...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Supply: Spring Supplementary Estimates (2000-01) and Vote on Account (2001-02) (19 Feb 2001)

Edwin Poots: I congratulate the Minister on the delivery of his speech. He outlined how the money is to be spent, clearly and concisely, and I appreciate that. Almost £8 million has been added to the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure’s budget, of which more than £1 million is to be allocated to capital spending on libraries. That means that £2·5 million is to be spent on library provision....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister: Police Board (19 Feb 2001)

Edwin Poots: Does the First Minister acknowledge that the delay in establishing the Police Board is leading to a situation where the most vulnerable in society are under threat as a result of the hundreds of police officers currently leaving the force and not being replaced?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Supply:Spring Supplementary Estimates (2000-01) and Vote on Account (2001-02) (19 Feb 2001)

Mark Durkan: ...be the case as we go forward. Mr Molloy acknowledged our role in reallocating resources and welcomed the reduction in the regional rate from that originally proposed. Other Members, including Mr Poots, also touched on that point. He asked us to keep under review our scope to raise income through other means. We will do that, although Mr Molloy will be aware that the opportunities to add...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Government Resources and Accounts Bill: Further Consideration Stage (20 Feb 2001)

Mr James Leslie: ..., William Hay, David Hilditch, Billy Hutchinson, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Kieran McCarthy, William McCrea, Monica McWilliams, Maurice Morrow, Sean Neeson, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Jim Shannon, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Sammy Wilson. Noes Ian Adamson, Billy Armstrong, Alex Attwood, Roy Beggs, Billy Bell,...


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