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Alliance Health spokesperson Paula Bradshaw MLA has expressed dismay there still appear to be no moves to introduce regular, routine coronavirus testing for domiciliary care workers, despite evidence showing transmission is occurring most commonly in homes.
Serious consideration should be given to relaxing the restrictions around pregnant women being accompanied by birth partners at ante natal appointments and births, Alliance Leader Naomi Long MLA has said.
The North Down Alliance Party has welcomed news Bangor Central Integrated Primary School has been given the green light for a new build following a long campaign.
We must ensure consideration is given to those with dementia and their carers, Alliance MLA Stewart Dickson has said.
The Alliance Party has called on the UK Government to honour its previous commitment to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, as the best way forward for Northern Ireland rather than risk irrevocable damage to the Good Friday Agreement.
The First Minister and Deputy First Minister need to avoid any further delay in issuing an apology to the victims and survivors of historical institutional abuse, Alliance MLA Paula Bradshaw has said.
Alliance Leader Naomi Long has said she is deeply saddened by the passing of Alliance founding member David Cook (77) after a short illness.
It makes no sense to split Lisburn in two over COVID-19 restrictions, Alliance Councillor Sorcha Eastwood has said.
Newry and Armagh Alliance representative Jackie Coade has said caution and civic responsibility must be the watchwords going forward, ahead of new restrictions being introduced in the BT60 postcode area.

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