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Eastwood: Paisley is treating his constituents with utter contempt

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood has said his team is ready and prepared to engage with the constituents of North Antrim to ensure that the recently opened recall petition against the corruption of Ian Paisley receives the ten percent of signatures it needs to trigger a by-election, giving voters the opportunity to reject him at the polls.
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Kelly: Domestic violence action plan undermined by lack of funding

SDLP Policing and Justice Spokesperson Dolores Kelly MLA has said that whilst the publication of ‘New Domestic and Sexual Violence and Abuse Action Plan’ is of vital importance and should be welcomed, it is impossible to ignore the glaringly obvious omission that without the proper resourcing it cannot be properly implemented.
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Addressing the past: Reconciliation is the ultimate prize

‘What is done, cannot be undone, but one can prevent it from happening again.’ Anne Frank
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McNulty condemns hateful messaging on Newry bonfire

SDLP MLA Justin McNulty has condemned the appalling actions of local bonfire builders in Newry who find it appropriate to burn flags and erect hateful messaging.
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Tierney welcomes creation of 50 new jobs in Skeoge

SDLP Councillor Brian Tierney has welcomed the news that a new Eurospar store is set to open in the Skeoge area of Derry creating 50 new jobs.
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