SDLP calls for Finance Minister to step down and appear before Committee

At an emergency meeting of the Finance Committee, SDLP Committee Member Gerry Mullan MLA called on the Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir to appear before the Finance Committee to respond to a number of questions that remain around his involvement in the NAMA coaching scandal that emerged last week. The SDLP also supported a joint call from the Committee for the Minister to step down from his position while these questions remain unanswered.
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Durkan: Derry already feeling Brexit fallout

SDLP Foyle MLA Mark H Durkan has expressed his disappointment that CityWings has decided not to proceed with a planned route between City of Derry Airport and Dublin citing the result of the EU referendum as the reason.
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Eastwood: Sinn Féin don’t do lone wolves, they do scapegoats

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood MLA has responded to today’s revelation that Jamie Bryson was ‘coached’ by Sinn Fein MLA and Chairman of the Finance Committee Daithí McKay before giving evidence to the committee as part of their investigation into the controversial sale of NAMA’s Northern portfolio.
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McGlone: Sinn Fein facing questions which go to the very heart of the integrity of the government

The SDLP MLA for Mid Ulster Patsy McGlone has commented following reports that Sinn Fein coached the prominent loyalist Jamie Bryson ahead of his appearance at the Finance Committee's NAMA investigation.
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McGlone welcomes Dale Farm Expansion

SDLP Agriculture Spokesperson and Mid-Ulster MLA Patsy McGlone has welcomed an announcement from Cookstown based dairy company Dale Farm that they intend to proceed with a £20million investment in their facilities.
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