Monthly Archives: May 2008

Inquiries Costing Millions Every Month: Campbell

Public Inquiries are costing millions of pounds of tax-payers money every month a DUP MP has claimed. Gregory Campbell, DUP Member of Parliament for East Londonderry was speaking out after a Parliamentary Question submitted to the Secretary of State for … Continue reading

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Ruane Antics Prove Belfast Agreement-Style Government is Dead: Weir

Peter Weir, DUP Assembly Member for North Down, has said that the controversy engulfing Caitriona Ruane over the future of post-primary education serves as a reminder of the fact that Belfast Agreement-style government, where ministers in the Executive could do … Continue reading

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University Drop Outs Cost £15 Million – Wilson

The DUP’s Education spokesman, Sammy Wilson MP MLA, has said that the Government’s target of 50% of young people in higher education by 2010 is misguided and should be scrapped. Speaking from Westminster Mr Wilson said, “To reach this target, … Continue reading

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Parking Ticket Rise in Belfast Smacks of "Over Zealous" Approach – Spratt

South Belfast DUP MLA Jimmy Spratt has hit out at the Department of Regional Development after they revealed that the number of parking tickets issued in Belfast has increased from 14,797 for the period 13 November 2006 to 31 March … Continue reading

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