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Results 181–200 of 1200 for speaker:Naomi Long in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates'

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Titanic Quarter Development (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: That is bribery and corruption.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Titanic Quarter Development (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I thank the Member for giving way. It is hugely important that we use Titanic Quarter as an opportunity to signpost exactly those kinds of things and make sure that when people come they do not arrive on a cruise ship and then disappear but stay in a hotel in Titanic Quarter and visit places as far away as Downpatrick.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Titanic Quarter Development (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I am very pleased to be able to raise the issue of Titanic Quarter as a driver for the Northern Ireland economy in the Chamber today. I want to thank Minister Chris Hazzard for attending today to respond to the issues. I know that he is probably slightly jet-lagged, having been in China, and I appreciate him giving time at the end of today to respond to the debate. The development of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Cancer Services: Deterioration (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: Will the Member give way?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: LED Street Lighting (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: On a point of order, Mr Speaker. I apologise for not being in the Chamber earlier when the Minister for Communities responded to the debate on housing, which I had participated in. Unfortunately, I was detained in another meeting. I meant no discourtesy, and I would like to pass that on.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Cancer Services: Deterioration (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I thank the Member for giving way. As Kellie has already mentioned, we have reservations about the detail of the motion but not the general thrust. Whilst I accept the point he is making, does he agree that, for those women who are referred, whether it be for a cyst, benign growths or cancer, there is a huge amount of stress for the period of time that they wait? Therefore, it is relevant...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: Waste Water Treatment: Brexit (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: T4. Mrs Long asked the Minister for Infrastructure, in the light of Brexit, what recommendations his Department is bringing forward to guide future waste water treatment directives, given that he will be aware that EU directives have driven much of the investment and improvement in waste water discharges into the environment. (AQT 369/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: Waste Water Treatment: Brexit (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I thank the Minister for his response. In Westminster, a "Great Repeal Bill" will replace legislation that currently governs such issues with locally agreed legislation. Will there be a similar process in the Assembly to go through the legislation that currently governs issues such as waste water treatment?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Fatal Foetal Abnormality: Working Group Report (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: 1. Mrs Long asked the Minister of Health when she will publish the report of the working group on fatal foetal abnormality. (AQO 489/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Fatal Foetal Abnormality: Working Group Report (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I thank the Health Minister for the attention that she, I know, has given to this difficult and sensitive issue. She said that she wanted time to consider the report and to take it to the Executive. Why cannot the report be published now so that the public are at least aware of the basis on which the Justice Minister and the Health Minister will approach their Executive colleagues and what...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Housing (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I would certainly welcome any update that the Minister could provide.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Housing (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: Thank you. It is important that the financial flexibility that housing associations have be deployed to address housing need. The Minister has informed the Committee and the House of his intention already to build 1,600 homes next year using the £106 million allocated by the social housing development programme. It was noted at his initial meeting with the Committee that the figure was...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Housing (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: Yes, we do have to subsidise, but the house sales scheme is good for building viable, sustainable and vibrant communities. It is important that people be able to get a foot on the housing ladder in the communities in which they have grown up and be able to contribute back to those communities. A broad-brush approach to stopping the house sales scheme is not the way forward. That will...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Housing (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I will, Mr Speaker. I was disappointed, I have to say, in the Minister's response that this is social engineering. Quite the opposite. It is about maximising the choice —

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Housing (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: — so that any person can live in any home, in any place, in safety.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Housing (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I thank the Member for giving way. Does he not think that it is ridiculous for the Member for South Belfast to demean his colleagues in Westminster by suggesting that opposition is merely an irrelevance?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Housing (18 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: On behalf of the Alliance Party, I welcome the opportunity to speak on the motion and the amendments. Social housing is an absolutely crucial part of our infrastructure and is a key public service. In my constituency of East Belfast, I have seen at first hand the impact that housing stress and homelessness have on individuals and families in terms of their health and well-being, and I am...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Housing Associations: Reclassification (10 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: I thank the Member for giving way. Will he agree with me that it is a shame that the Minister could not provide reassurance and that, whilst we accept that the full nature of the ONS comments are not available, the Executive could, at least, be working on legislation at this point based on the initial response of the ONS?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Fatal Foetal Abnormality: Legislation (10 Oct 2016)

Naomi Long: T6. Mrs Long asked the Minister of Health, following on from Mr Kennedy's question, what will happen if that panel recommends legislation and how that will be taken forward in a timely manner, given that the Justice Minister has already indicated that her intention is not to bring forward legislation this year. (AQT 301/16-21)


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