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Alliance Lurgan Councillor Peter Lavery has said those behind a security alert and attacks on the police do not represent the vast majority of the town.
Alliance Coleraine Councillor Yvonne Boyle has said there is no place for guns on our streets, after a shooting in the town today.
Alliance Deputy Leader Stephen Farry MP has welcomed a High Court judgement saying the Executive Office is acting unlawfully by delaying the introduction of a pension for victims of the Troubles, but added the issue should never have had to go to court.
Alliance Infrastructure spokesperson Andrew Muir MLA has welcomed the establishment of a Ministerial Advisory Panel on Infrastructure, but said there needs to be a wider focus from the Executive on delivery on such projects.
Alliance Health spokesperson Paula Bradshaw MLA has welcomed moves by the Executive to tighten restrictions on social gatherings, but said they must apply immediately and more work should be done to ensure staff safety in food processing plants.
Everyone needs to “take COVID-19 seriously again” or else we will likely see localised lockdowns introduced during the pandemic, Alliance Health spokesperson Paula Bradshaw MLA has said.
Alliance Education spokesperson Chris Lyttle MLA has said he is delighted for A-Level and AS-Level pupils, after the Education Minister announced a U-turn to award them the highest grade from either teacher predictions or awarded by CCEA.
Alliance Councillor Michelle Guy has said she is shocked at the murder of a 60-year-old woman in South Belfast.
News GCSE grades will be awarded on teacher assessment means the Education Minister’s refusal to do the same for A-Level and AS-Level is untenable, Alliance Education spokesperson Chris Lyttle MLA has said.

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