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Alliance South Belfast Westminster candidate Paula Bradshaw has said for too many years, important aspects of our society have been segregated with single religion schools and segregated housing areas.
Alliance Ballymena Councillor Patricia O’Lynn has questioned the apparent urgency of some representatives on Mid and East Antrim Borough Council to change how some special events are funded.
Alliance Foyle Westminster candidate Rachael Ferguson has condemned those behind threatening graffiti against prison officers which has appeared in Derry-Londonderry.
Alliance South Antrim Westminster candidate John Blair has pledged his party’s commitment to dealing with the climate emergency.
Alliance Lurgan Councillor Peter Lavery has said an attack on the town’s war memorial is a sickening incident.
Alliance Mid and East Antrim Borough Councillor Danny Donnelly has criticised other parties on the Council for failing to recognise the impact the current political impasse at Stormont is having on local health provision.
Alliance Belfast City Councillor Michael Long has said he is disappointed after the SDLP voted against an amendment stating Brexit is not an orange or green issue.
Alliance spokesperson on Welfare, Trevor Lunn MLA, has called for Sinn Féin and the DUP to give a commitment to people on welfare benefits that they will restore the Assembly before 31 March 2020.
The most pressing economic challenge facing our society is Brexit, Alliance Leader Naomi Long has said.

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