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Alliance Education spokesperson Chris Lyttle MLA has welcomed a challenge by a UN committee for the UK Government to close the childcare gap in Northern Ireland.
A hard border after Brexit will only be avoided through sufficient north-south customs and regulatory alignment, Alliance Brexit spokesperson Stephen Farry MLA has said.
A People's Vote needs to be tested in Parliament as a matter of urgency, Alliance Leader Naomi Long has said, after the Prime Minister's proposed Brexit Withdrawal Agreement was rejected by MPs.
North Down Alliance MLA Stephen Farry has welcomed the additional places allocated to a number of local post-primary schools in order to better manage the transfer process this year, but stressed again the importance of long-term reform.
Ballymena needs positive political leadership, Alliance's Patricia O'Lynn has said, as she revealed she will be standing for the party in May's Council election.
South Belfast MLA Paula Bradshaw has said the case for action by the Secretary of State to enable access to abortion for women in Northern Ireland is unanswerable.
Alliance representative Lauren Gray has welcomed Central Primary School's decision to move towards becoming an integrated school.
Alliance Health spokesperson Paula Bradshaw MLA has called on the Secretary of State to take immediate steps to implement the recommendations of the Hart Inquiry into Historical Institutional Abuse after the Executive Office's extended consultation closed.
Holywood Alliance Councillor Andrew Muir has referred the on-going malodours in the vicinity of the Kinnegar area to the Northern Ireland Environment Agency, requesting assistance in eliminating the regular foul smells, for good.

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