Hanna questions cuts needed to fund Sinn Féin’s ‘make-it-up’ manifesto

Significant and devastating cuts will need to be made to front line public services to fund Sinn Féin’s two and a half page bullet point manifesto commitments. That’s the message from SDLP finance spokeswoman Claire Hanna after Máirtín Ó Muilleoir claimed the party would seek to invest an extra £330 million in higher education.
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Attwood: Alliance crime spin can’t cut through facts

SDLP Justice spokesperson Alex Attwood has said that a claim by Alliance Minister Stephen Farry that crime has fallen under David Ford as Justice Minister simply doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
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Eastwood: Adams must apologise unreservedly

SDLP Party Leader Colum Eastwood has called on Gerry Adams to apologise unreservedly for his use of a racist word on social media.
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Mental Health no priority for Sinn Féin

SDLP Health Spokesperson Fearghal McKinney has expressed alarm that Sinn Fein's manifesto contains just one single mention of mental health.
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Eastwood launches Digital Coding Academy proposals in Derry

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood has launched proposals for the North’s first ever Digital Coding Academy in Derry this morning. The Digital Coding Academy will prepare a new generation of students for a modern economy based on a comprehensive understanding of new digital technologies.
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