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Alliance MLA Stewart Dickson has welcomed news that the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector will benefit from £16 million from dormant bank and building society accounts.
The Alliance Party has selected local MLA Paula Bradshaw to contest the South Belfast constituency at the Westminster election as it seeks to build on its status as the largest Remain party in the constituency at this year’s elections.
Alliance MLA, Stewart Dickson, has welcomed the announcement by Firmus Energy that it will cut its gas prices by 8.77%. Firmus Energy says this will see the average home save around £54 per year on its natural gas bill.  
Alliance Health Spokesperson, Paula Bradshaw, has welcomed the Northern Ireland administration’s new suicide strategy, Protect Life 2, but warned the failure to form an Executive to take it forward will continue to leave this social emergency untouched.
Alliance Party Justice spokesperson, Stewart Dickson MLA, has condemned those behind rioting in Derry / Londonderry.    
Alliance Councillor Sorcha Eastwood has emphasised that the Backstop is essential for Northern Ireland’s future.    
Alliance leader, Naomi Long MEP, has said that there are unseen consequences of the decision to prorogue the UK Parliament until 14 October.
Alliance Health Spokesperson, Paula Bradshaw MLA, has called on all parties to join her call for full publication of all documentation related to the impact of a “No Deal” Brexit on the health and livelihoods of people living and working in Northern Ireland.
Alliance Party Justice spokesperson Stewart Dickson MLA has said threats of violence must be condemned in the strongest possible terms. He was speaking after graffiti appeared on a wall in West Belfast referring to the PSNI Chief Constable, Simon Byrne.    

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