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Northern Ireland Assembly: Junior Ministerial Offices (14 Dec 1999)

Lord John Alderdice: ...Carrick, Wilson Clyde, Nigel Dodds, Oliver Gibson, William Hay, David Hilditch, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Robert McCartney, William McCrea, Maurice Morrow, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Jim Shannon, Jim Wells, Cedric Wilson, Sammy Wilson. NOES Ian Adamson, Pauline Armitage, Billy Armstrong, Alex Attwood, Roy Beggs, Billy...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Standing Orders (14 Dec 1999)

Peter Robinson: ...Carrick, Wilson Clyde, Nigel Dodds, David Ervine, Oliver Gibson, William Hay, David Hilditch, Billy Hutchinson, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Robert McCartney, Maurice Morrow, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Jim Shannon, Jim Wells, Sammy Wilson. Other Monica McWilliams, Jane Morrice. Total Votes 85 Total Ayes 53 (62.4%) Nationalist Votes 32...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Budget Proposals (2000-01) (15 Dec 1999)

Edwin Poots: I cannot see whether the Minister has a red briefcase, but I know that he has a red file, which is a good start. The Minister has set out a cost of £10 million against the 10 new Departments. That is a little less than the £90 million postulated by the Ulster Unionist Party’s financial whizz-kid, Jim Nicholson, but it is still a significant amount. The Minister also set aside...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Decommissioning (17 Jan 2000)

Edwin Poots: Given the Member’s comments on the 30-year-old papers, would it not now be appropriate to call for a public inquiry into the SDLP-inspired gun-running by the Irish Government?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Social Development: Housing Executive Budget (17 Jan 2000)

Edwin Poots: Given the problems indicated in the finances of the Housing Executive, and the fact that over the past few years we have seen rent increases above the inflation rate, can the Minister assure the House that rent increases will be kept as close to inflation as possible?

Northern Ireland Assembly: National Flag (17 Jan 2000)

Ian Paisley Jnr: ...McCrea, Barry McElduff, Alan McFarland, Gerry McHugh, Mitchel McLaughlin, Pat McNamee, Francie Molloy, Maurice Morrow, Conor Murphy, Mick Murphy, Mary Nelis, Dermot Nesbitt, Ian Paisley Jnr, Edwin Poots, Sue Ramsey, Iris Robinson, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Patrick Roche, George Savage, Jim Shannon, David Trimble, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Cedric Wilson, Jim...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Office of First Minister and Deputy First Minister: TSN Action plans (24 Jan 2000)

Edwin Poots: I had some difficulty hearing the Deputy First Minister’s reply to Mr McGrady. I had intended to pursue the question of the Robson indices further. If one must wait until the year 2001 for the census, one needs some system to analyse deprivation now as opposed to waiting until then to draw up plans on the basis of the census figures, since current figures are already obsolete.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Police: Patten Commission Report (24 Jan 2000)

Peter Robinson: ..., Alan McFarland, Martin McGuinness, Gerry McHugh, Mitchel McLaughlin, Francie Molloy, Maurice Morrow, Conor Murphy, Mick Murphy, Mary Nelis, Dermot Nesbitt, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Sue Ramsey, Iris Robinson, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Patrick Roche, George Savage, Jim Shannon, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Cedric Wilson, Jim Wilson, Sammy...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Pre-School Nursery Provision (25 Jan 2000)

Edwin Poots: I wish to talk about pre-school education, which is vital to many since almost 100,000 children are under the age of four. Education begins in the home, and in a child’s early days he or she has a keen ability to absorb material, to learn and to become educated. It has been proved in scientific tests that children whose parents stay at home do better in later years. It is believed that...

Northern Ireland Assembly: North/South Ministerial Council Meeting (24/01/2000) (31 Jan 2000)

Edwin Poots: May I go back to the chairpersons’ nominations? These are powerful executive all-Ireland bodies. It is important that we deal with this. With reference to Martin Naughton’s nomination, was any cognisance taken of the fact that Glen Dimplex has such a poor record for employing Protestants in a particular area? As regards Bertie Kerr’s nomination to the Food Safety Promotion Board,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly: Election of Deputy Speakers (31 Jan 2000)

Lord John Alderdice: ...Carrick, Wilson Clyde, Nigel Dodds, Boyd Douglas, Oliver Gibson, William Hay, David Hilditch, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, William McCrea, Maurice Morrow, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, Patrick Roche, Jim Shannon, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Cedric Wilson, Sammy Wilson. NOES Nationalist Alex Attwood, P J Bradley,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance and Personnel: Rates: Halls (31 Jan 2000)

Edwin Poots: asked the Minister of Finance and Personnel if he has any plans to derate Orange, Black, Apprentice Boys and Ancient Order of Hibernians halls. 4. (AQO 106/99)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Points of Order: Maternity Services (Belfast) (31 Jan 2000)

Lord John Alderdice: ...James Leslie, Robert McCartney, David McClarty, William McCrea, Alan McFarland, Michael McGimpsey, Monica McWilliams, Jane Morrice, Maurice Morrow, Dermot Nesbitt, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, George Savage, Jim Shannon, John Taylor, Denis Watson, Jim Wells, Jim Wilson, Sammy Wilson. Noes Alex Attwood, Eileen...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Agriculture Industry Crisis (1 Feb 2000)

Edwin Poots: I do not intend to concentrate on the agriculture industry’s problems — they have been well covered already. We are all aware of the £520 million farming debt and the fact that only 7% of farmers are under the age of 35. What we need are solutions. The Permanent Secretary is in the House, and although we do not know what the future of the Assembly will be he will still hold his...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture and Rural Development: European Union Payments (7 Feb 2000)

Edwin Poots: Does the Minister recognise that the current rules governing the sheep meat regime actually work against farmers in Northern Ireland? The sheep annual premium is calculated on a European-wide basis, as opposed to a regional basis, and consequently farmers are losing £7 to £8 per head. Does she intend to support the Irish Government, who have already asked that the rules in the EU regime...

Northern Ireland Assembly: St Patrick’s Day (7 Feb 2000)

Lord John Alderdice: ...Billy Hutchinson, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Danny Kennedy, James Leslie, David McClarty, William McCrea, Alan McFarland, Michael McGimpsey, Maurice Morrow, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Iris Robinson, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Peter Robinson, George Savage, Jim Shannon, David Trimble, Denis Watson, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Jim Wilson, Sammy Wilson. Noes Alex...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Main Estimates (2000-01), Supply Resolution and Appropriation Bill (5 Jun 2000)

Edwin Poots: I remind the Minister of the previous question asked by Dr McCrea about the council elections. Is sufficient funding being set aside next year for those elections, as the amount of money does not seem to take account of inflation? The Minister of the Environment was possibly one of the most mean-spirited Ministers during the 72 days of the Assembly prior to suspension. He did not spend any...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Foyle, Carlingford and Irish Lights Commission: North/South Ministerial Council Sectoral Meeting (5 Jun 2000)

Edwin Poots: Can the Minister enlighten us a little on the new non-statutory advisory body? There is already a substantial amount of money being expended on the North/South body itself. How much is this non-statutory advisory body going to cost? How many members will it have and who will they be? Is it going to be more jobs for the boys?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Memorandum of Understanding and Supplementary Agreements (5 Jun 2000)

Lord John Alderdice: ...Nigel Dodds, David Ford, Oliver Gibson, William Hay, David Hilditch, Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Kieran McCarthy, William McCrea, Maurice Morrow, Sean Neeson, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Mark Robinson, Patrick Roche, Jim Shannon, Jim Wells, Cedric Wilson, Sammy Wilson. NOES Ian Adamson, Billy Armstrong, Roy Beggs, Billy Bell, Tom Benson, Esmond Birnie, P J Bradley,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Union Flag (Executive Buildings) (6 Jun 2000)

Ian Paisley: ..., Roger Hutchinson, Gardiner Kane, Danny Kennedy, James Leslie, David McClarty, William McCrea, Alan McFarland, Michael McGimpsey, Maurice Morrow, Dermot Nesbitt, Ian Paisley Jnr, Ian R K Paisley, Edwin Poots, Ken Robinson, Mark Robinson, Patrick Roche, George Savage, Jim Shannon, David Trimble, Peter Weir, Jim Wells, Cedric Wilson, Jim Wilson, Sammy Wilson. NOES Nationalist Alex Attwood,...


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