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Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Severe Fetal Impairment Abortion (Amendment) Bill: Second Stage (15 Mar 2021)

Paul Givan: ...loving, funny, busy, amazing time of our lives." Let me tell you about Daisy, who has spina bifida. Her parents say: "she’s just perfect and we can’t imagine life without her. She lights up any room we enter and is our absolute hero." Let me tell you about Kirsty, who also has spina bifida. She says: "My mam was told I'd never go to a mainstream school nor walk. I have achieved both...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (No. 2) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021 (23 Feb 2021)

Carál Ní Chuilín: ...and youth providers are really worried about people. It has also been raised from a faith-based group that going beyond the one person that their people are allowed to meet is not always practical. Edwin talked about drugs and alcohol. To give an example, I received a phone call from a family member with two children. The regulations meant that if I had gone into the house, there would...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business (28 Apr 2020)

Edwin Poots: ...language. On another occasion, Michael Heseltine was not the first to grab a mace. That was done by Professor Kennedy Lindsay, who leapt onto the Table that used to be in the centre of this room, and a mass brawl broke out between the Members. I know that dad was front, middle and centre of that, on that occasion. Dr Paisley always related a particular story about how he lost a button in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Social Investment Fund (6 Dec 2016)

Stephen Farry: ...society. We are building up a client state, and that should be of great concern to anyone who believes in democracy and the rule of law. We have to get away from that. Most people in this room know exactly what I am talking about. Let us talk for a moment about the issue around Charter. I was frankly stunned to hear Edwin Poots talk about Dee Stitt's comments as "flippant". This is an...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Culture, Arts and Leisure: Junior and Amateur Football: Capital Support (24 Nov 2015)

Edwin Poots: ...forward. Given that my constituency has a series of football clubs at junior level, will the Minister give an assurance that they will have the opportunity to apply for facilities such as changing rooms, stands, pitch improvements and so on?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Committee for Social Development: Report of Inquiry into Allegations Arising from BBC NI 'Spotlight' Programme (12 May 2015)

Jim Allister: ...was beyond description. To think that it is she who faces discipline while he continues in his £90,000 a year job on the public purse. No doubt he is listening to the debate tucked away in a room somewhere. Might he hang his head in shame for the manner in which he treated his colleague, Councillor Jenny Palmer. Speaking of Jenny Palmer's colleagues, where are her friends from Lagan...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Budget 2015-16 (27 Jan 2015)

Mike Nesbitt: ...Finance and Personnel, particularly that the Budget is the bedrock — nobody will disagree with that, I am sure — and also his acknowledgement that it is not a perfect Budget. Is there a little room for improvement, even at this stage? I am acutely aware of the fact that the Executive's resource departmental expenditure limit (DEL) has been cut by 1·6% in real terms. That is a big...

[Albert Owen in the Chair] — Community Hospitals (3 Sep 2014)

Jim Shannon: ...in Belfast was forced to declare a major incident due to the large number of patients visiting accident and emergency. Health is a devolved matter, and although our Health Minister at home, Edwin Poots, dealt with the issue extremely well, I am under no illusion that the Belfast hospital was alone in declaring itself under extreme pressure. The nature of the NHS means that that happens...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Cancer Research and Treatment (1 Jul 2014)

Edwin Poots: ...I will not be playing politics with cancer.  It is far too important.  We are looking at about one in three of our population developing cancer at some stage in their lives.  Look around this Room; it will probably affect every family in this Building.  This is not something to play politics with; it is something to get real about, and we must be absolutely serious about how we respond...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Bangor Health and Well-being Centre (17 Jun 2014)

Edwin Poots: ...Bangor Health Centre.  The investment covered a range of work including an ambulance pick-up zone; roof and security works; and the refurbishment of speech and language offices, health visitors' rooms and the GP staff area. Recognising the need to modernise the existing estate, and taking account of the necessity to reform service delivery under Transforming Your Care, I directed in early...

Worksop Magistrates Court (7 Apr 2014)

John Mann: .... Elizabeth I, James I, Henry III, Henry VIII, Richard I, Richard II, Richard III, Mary Queen of Scots and many, many more monarchs of this country have rested overnight in Bassetlaw. In 617, King Edwin defeated Aethelfrith of Northumbria in a battle that established some of the initial boundaries across the country that we now call England. During the reign of King Alfred, England was...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Fostering Services (24 Mar 2014)

Edwin Poots: ..., is far too long. The RQIA report on statutory fostering services acknowledged that the range of supports provided by trusts for foster carers was generally good but found that there was still room for improvement.  Hence the 46 recommendations, which the Health and Social Care Board and trusts are in the process of responding to by way of a comprehensive action plan.  The board will...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Women in Politics (10 Mar 2014)

Caitriona Ruane: ...the South of Ireland — on the international stage, UN statistics show that we are 106th out of 184.  We are twenty-fourth out of 27 in the European Union.  Eight out of 10 men are in the boardroom.  We are twenty-sixth out of 34 in the OECD.  We are between India and Egypt.  So, what are the barriers?  We have heard them from the women in the room.  Sometimes, I think that people...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Written Ministerial Statements: Ralphs Close Residential Care Home (28 Feb 2014)

Edwin Poots: ...This highlights the challenges we face in protecting the most vulnerable people in our society, people who cannot always speak for themselves and who rely on others for their care.  There is no room in the health and social care family for those who exploit their position of trust by inflicting suffering and harm, or indeed, standing by and ignoring others who do. I welcome the assurance...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions: Ambulance Service: Designation (11 Feb 2014)

Edwin Poots: ...Police Service and the fire service because it is a key element of our health and social care sector.  For example, we have a medical director in the Ambulance Service.  We have doctors in 999 rooms to take calls and assist people who fall ill.  It is a different kind of service from what is offered by the police and the fire service.  It is certainly something that we can give...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: South West Acute Hospital: Service Provision (4 Feb 2014)

Edwin Poots: ...-site access to specialist and support services, including state-of-the-art radiology, pharmacy and laboratories.  For example, the hospital’s radiology department has fully digital radiography rooms, a fluoroscopy room, a multi-slice CT scanner, an MRI scanner and three ultrasound rooms.  The department is almost paperless, with requests and reports being processed electronically. In...

Written Answers — Health: Artworks (22 Jan 2014)

Daniel Poulter: ..., Giclee print with embossing and hand applied gold leaf, by Chris Ofili Waterlines, screen-print, by Richard Long Sustenance 101, photograph, by Neeta Madahar I've only the friendship of hotel rooms, screen-print, by Patrick Caulfield I'll take my life monotonous, screen-print, by Patrick Caulfield Her handkerchief swept me along the Rhine, screen-print by Patrick Caulfield Ah! storm...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Bowel Cancer (14 Oct 2013)

Gordon Dunne: ...try to reduce the numbers of sufferers and, importantly, support those who have bowel cancer.  I know that a lot of good work is ongoing in support of people with cancer, and I know that Minister Edwin Poots has taken an active interest in this issue.  We need to ensure that the provision of services is of the highest quality for people diagnosed with cancer, and we need to ensure that...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions: Health, Social Services and Public Safety (19 Mar 2013)

Edwin Poots: The main points were as follows:  the safest place for your baby to sleep is on their back, in a cot in a room with the parents in the first six months; place the baby in a feet-to-foot position in the cot; do not let your baby's head become covered; smoking in pregnancy greatly increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome; do not let your baby get too hot or too cold; breastfeeding...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: Transforming Your Care (19 Mar 2013)

Edwin Poots: ...situation is considerably better because we are keeping people in their own homes. I should add that many of the facilities in the statutory residential sector do not meet modern standards.  The rooms are too small and do not have adjacent bathrooms.  In many instances, people are sharing. We want to do better for our older people so that in their later years they will have a better...


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