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Dallat: Arrests raise hopes for justice

East Derry SDLP MLA John Dallat has said that the arrest of two people in connection with the murder of Inga Maria Hauser 30 years ago is significant.
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Durkan calls for review of Home Office decision to stop local boy receiving medicinal cannabis

SDLP Health Spokesperson Mark H Durkan has warned that the Home Office have overstepped their brief by issuing a legal letter to a local GP who has been prescribing medicinal cannabis to a 12 year-old boy who suffers from severe epilepsy. Billy Caldwell has been reacting well to the treatment, but the family are anxious as they only have enough of the life-saving drug to last until June. Ms Caldwell has said that officials have signed her son's 'death warrant' by undermining health professionals.
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Mallon urges 200 patients yet to make a recall appointment to contact the Belfast Trust

After a party political briefing at the Department for Health by the Permanent Secretary Richard Pengelly and the Chief Medical Officer Dr Michael McBride on the neurology recall it is clear many questions remain unanswered.
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Bradley says the North cannot fulfil its potential because of political deadlock

SDLP Infrastructure Spokesperson Sinead Bradley MLA has reiterated concerns around the threat caused to a host of infrastructure projects whilst ambiguity surrounds the decision making process in the absence of a functioning Assembly. Ms Bradley voiced these concerns after the Institute of Directors articulated their disappointment that £1bn of Infrastructure projects are on hold after Monday’s legal decision to render plans signed off by the Civil Service on the Hightown Incinerator were deemed unlawful.
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Durkan: Clarification urgently needed on decision making processes in the absence of an Assembly

SDLP MLA Mark H Durkan has said that the decision by the Department for Infrastructure to appeal the decision on the Hightown Incinerator in order to seek clarity on the law in this case and other regionally significant planning applications is extremely worrying.
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