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Alliance Councillor Michael Long has said that the special meeting of Belfast City Council held to discuss bilingual signs has shown parties can work together to develop agreed solutions.
Alliance Councillor for Banbridge, Brian Pope, has expressed concern about another delay to the A1 Improvement Scheme, following the Department for Infrastructure's decision to hold a Public Inquiry.
Alliance Ballymena Councillor Patricia O’Lynn has said she is delighted after a deal was reached in principle for the sale of Wrightbus.
Any Brexit withdrawal agreement needs to recognise the unique circumstances of Northern Ireland, Alliance Brexit spokesperson Stephen Farry MLA has said.
Eóin Tennyson will stand for Alliance in Upper Bann in any forthcoming General Election, the party has announced.
Alliance MLA and Housing Spokesperson Trevor Lunn has said the housing market in Northern Ireland needs the Assembly to be sitting to address a range of key housing problems.
Alliance MLA Kellie Armstrong has called on the Department for Infrastructure and local Councils to clarify what plans they have for installing car-charging points in car parks and residential areas.
Alliance Leader Naomi Long MEP spoke during the plenary session at the European Parliament in Brussels today ahead of next week’s European Council meeting saying, “Northern Ireland needs a deal if Brexit is to proceed.”
Giving the Assembly a ‘double majority’ veto on whether Northern Ireland remains in the backstop would just add more divisions to the already fragile institutions, Alliance Brexit spokesperson Stephen Farry MLA has said.

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