MLA’s vision

Thursday, 6 April 2017

MLA’s vision thumbnailNorth Antrim DUP MLA Mervyn Storey.

"NO RETURN to crass insults about the Irish language," but "the issues can be resolved very quickly with the political will," says Sinn Fein's Philip McGuigan. "Sinn Fein have prioritised their own party-political demands over the need to tackle waiting lists, to bring jobs and investment to Northern Ireland," says DUP MLA Mervyn Storey.
“The Health Service has been in crisis for some time and needs leadership," says the UUP's Robin Swann
“Sinn Fein are refusing to play ball and therefore devolution cannot be restored," says the TUV's Jim Allister.
These are a sample of the views of four of our newly re-elected local MLA's on the current Stormont crisis, quizzed by The Chronicle this week about the collapse of the institutions and their hopes for a resolution.


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