stormont-mondayThe week begins with two public petitions, the first from DUP East Londonderry MLA George Robinson on the Out-of-hours GP Service in Limavady before the SDLP’s Tommy Gallagher protests the Removal of Funding for Summer Schemes for Children with Learning Disabilities.
DETI Minister Arlene Foster opens up some procedural jiggery-pokery before the Regional Development Minister Conor Murphy takes the Roads (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill through its final stage and OFMDFM ask the Assembly to take note of the Programme for Govt. recent delivery reports.
Question time for Justice & Agriculture precedes some Committee reshuffling with Peter Weir (DUP) filling a vacancy on the Assembly Commission and the DUP new boys, Jonathan Bell, Paul Frew & Paul Givan taking up positions on the Employment, Enterprise & Justice Committees respectively.
Matters are concluded by the first stage of David McNarry’s private members bill on financial support for the armed forces, a DUP motion examining the work of the Regional Autistic Spectrum Disorders Network Group, and a UUP motion on school attendance.
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