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Kelly welcomes independent investigation on Michael Tighe & Martin McCauley case

SDLP Deputy Leader and member of the policing board Dolores Kelly MLA has welcomed an announcement from the Chief Constable that Police Scotland will now be conducting the investigation surrounding the murder of Michael Tighe and wounding of Martin McCauley by RUC officers in 1982.
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Durkan concerned by B&Q job fears

SDLP Foyle Westminster candidate Mark Durkan has expressed his concern for workers at B&Q in Derry following reports that the company is to close its store at the Faustina Retail Park on the Buncrana Road early next year.
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Coyle: DE announcement is a pre-election giveaway

SDLP Fermanagh South Tyrone representative Cllr John Coyle has welcomed the announcement that the Department of Education will provide funds to increase capacity in Roan St Patrick’s Primary School in Eglish, Co Tyrone. However Cllr Coyle said that the measures only amounted to a short term solution and was merely a pre-election giveaway.
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McGlone: Ballymaguigan attack was utterly contemptible

SDLP Mid Ulster MLA Patsy McGlone has described the robbery of a woman in Ballymaguigan yesterday morning as utterly contemptible. The victim was alone in her home when two men pushed their way into her house after pretending to need assistance. They proceeded to force her into a chair at knifepoint as they stole cash and jewellery.
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SDLP will keep Labour true to its values

SDLP leader Dr Alasdair McDonnell has said that a strong team of SDLP MPs will keep a future Labour government true to its values and will ensure the best deal for people in Northern Ireland.
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