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Minutes of Proceedings

Session: Session currently unavailable

Date: 15 March 2022

The Assembly met at 10.30am, the Deputy Speaker, Mr McGlone, in the Chair.

1. Prayers

Members observed two minutes' silence.

2. Speaker's Business

New Member

The Deputy Speaker, Mr McGlone, informed Members of notification from the Chief Electoral Officer that Mr Paul Rankin had been returned as Member for the Lagan Valley constituency.

Mr Rankin gave the undertaking, signed the Roll of Membership and entered his designation in the presence of the Deputy Speaker, Mr McGlone, and the Clerk/Chief Executive on the afternoon of 14 March 2022.

 

3. Executive Committee Business

3.1 Final Stage: Adoption and Children Bill (NIA Bill 37/17-22)

The Minister of Health, Mr Robin Swann, moved the Final Stage of the Adoption and Children Bill (NIA Bill 37/17-22).

Debate ensued.

The Adoption and Children Bill (NIA Bill 37/17-22) passed final stage.

3.2 Final Stage: Private Tenancies Bill (NIA Bill 32/17-22)

The Minister for Communities, Ms Deirdre Hargey, moved the Final Stage of the Private Tenancies Bill (NIA Bill 32/17-22).

Debate ensued.

The Private Tenancies Bill (NIA Bill 32/17-22) stood referred to the Speaker.

3.3 Final Stage: Justice (Sexual Offences and Trafficking Victims) Bill (NIA Bill 29/17-22)

The Minister of Justice, Mrs Naomi Long, moved the Final Stage of the Justice (Sexual Offences and Trafficking Victims) Bill (NIA Bill 29/17-22).

Debate ensued.

The Deputy Speaker, Mr Beggs, took the Chair.

The Justice (Sexual Offences and Trafficking Victims) Bill (NIA Bill 29/17-22) passed final stage.

3.4 Final Stage: General Teaching Council (Directions) Bill (NIA Bill 54/17-22)

The Minister of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, Mr Edwin Poots, moved the Final Stage of the General Teaching Council (Directions) Bill (NIA Bill 54/17-22) on behalf of the Minister of Education, Miss Michelle McIlveen.

Debate ensued.

The General Teaching Council (Directions) Bill (NIA Bill 54/17-22) passed final stage.

The sitting was suspended at 1.26pm and resumed at 2.00pm, the Deputy Speaker, Mr Beggs, in the Chair.

4. Question Time

4.1 Health

Questions were put to, and answered by, the Minister of Health, Mr Robin Swann.

The Deputy Speaker, Mr McGlone, took the Chair.

4.2 Assembly Commission

Questions were put to, and answered by, Members of the Assembly Commission.

 

5. Question for Urgent Oral Answer

5.1 Safeguarding of Children and Staff in Care Homes

The Minister of Health, Mr Robin Swann, responded to a Question for Urgent Oral Answer tabled by Mr Colin McGrath.

 

6. Private Members' Business

6.1 Motion: Suspension of Standing Order 42(1) - Fair Employment (School Teachers) Bill

Proposed:

That Standing Order 42(1) be suspended in respect of the Fair Employment (School Teachers) Bill (NIA Bill 51/17-22).

Mr Chris Lyttle

Debate ensued.

The question being put, the motion was agreed with cross-community support.

6.2 Consideration Stage: Fair Employment (School Teachers) Bill (NIA Bill 51/17-22)

The sponsor of the Bill, Mr Chris Lyttle, moved the Consideration Stage of the Fair Employment (School Teachers) Bill (NIA 51/17-22).

One amendment was tabled to the Bill and selected for debate.

Clauses

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 1 stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 2 stand part of the Bill.

After debate, Amendment 1 to Clause 3 was made without division.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 3, as amended, stand part of the Bill.

The question being put, it was agreed without division that Clause 4 stand part of the Bill.

Schedule

The question being put, it was agreed without division that the Schedule stand part of the Bill.

Long Title

The question being put, the Long Title was agreed without division.

The Fair Employment (School Teachers) Bill (NIA Bill 51/17-22) stood referred to the Speaker.

The Deputy Speaker, Mr Beggs, took the Chair.

6.3 Motion: Prayer of Annulment – The Marriage, Civil Partnership and Civil Registration (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2022

Proposed:

That the Marriage, Civil Partnership and Civil Registration (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2022 (S.R. 2022/48) be annulled.

Mr Jim Allister
Mr Jim Wells

Debate ensued.

The question being put, the motion was negatived (Division).

6.4 Motion: Suspension of Standing Order 42(1) - Period Products (Free Provision) Bill

Proposed:

That Standing Order 42(1) be suspended in respect of the Further Consideration Stage of the Period Products (Free Provision) Bill (NIA Bill 39/17-22).

Mr Pat Catney

Debate ensued.

The question being put, the motion was agreed with cross-community support.

6.5 Further Consideration Stage: Period Products (Free Provision) Bill (NIA Bill 39/17-22)

The sponsor of the Bill, Mr Pat Catney, moved the Further Consideration Stage of the Period Products (Free Provision) Bill (NIA Bill 39/17-22).

Thirty-two amendments were tabled to the Bill and selected for debate.

After debate, Amendment 1 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 2 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 3 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 4 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 5 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 6 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 7 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 8 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 9 to Clause 2 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 10 to Clause 3 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 11 to Clause 3 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 12 to Clause 3 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 13 to Clause 6 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 14 to Clause 8 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 15 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 16 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 17 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 18 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 19 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 20 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 21 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 22 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 23 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 24 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 25 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 26 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 27 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 28 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 29 to Clause 9 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 30 to Clause 10 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 31 to Clause 10 was made without division.

After debate, Amendment 32 to Clause 11 was made without division.

The Period Products (Free Provision) Bill (NIA Bill 39//17-22) stood referred to the Speaker for consideration in accordance with section 10 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998.

 

7. Adjournment

Proposed:

That the Assembly do now adjourn.

The Speaker

The Assembly adjourned at 5.55pm.

Mr Alex Maskey
The Speaker
15 March 2022

 

Northern Ireland Assembly

15 March 2022 – Division

Motion: Prayer of Annulment – The Marriage, Civil Partnership and Civil Registration (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2022

Proposed:

That the Marriage, Civil Partnership and Civil Registration (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2022 (S.R. 2022/48) be annulled.

Mr Jim Allister
Mr Jim Wells

The Question was put and the Assembly divided.

Ayes: 29
Noes: 58

AYES

Mr Allister, Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mrs Cameron, Mr Clarke, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mrs Erskine, Mr Frew, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Rankin, Mr Robinson, Mr Storey, Mr Weir, Mr Wells.

Tellers for the Ayes: Mr Allister, Mr Wells.

NOES

Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Dr Archibald, Ms Armstrong, Ms Bailey, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Blair, Mr Boylan, Ms S Bradley, Ms Bradshaw, Ms Brogan, Mr Butler, Mr Carroll, Mr Catney, Mr Chambers, Mr Delargy, Mr Dickson, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Mr Durkan, Ms Ennis, Ms Ferguson, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Ms Hunter, Mr Kearney, Mrs D Kelly, Mr G Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mrs Long, Mr Lyttle, Mr McAleer, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGlone, Mr McGrath, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty, Ms Mallon, Mr Muir, Ms Á Murphy, Mr C Murphy, Mr Nesbitt, Ms Ní Chuilín, Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Mr O'Toole, Miss Reilly, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan, Ms Sheerin, Mr Stewart, Ms Sugden, Mr Swann, Miss Woods.

Tellers for the Noes: Ms Bradshaw, Ms Ní Chuilín.

The motion was negatived.

The following Members' votes were cast by their notified proxy in this division:

Mr Butler voted for Dr Aiken, Mr Allen, Mrs Barton, Mr Beattie, Mr Chambers, Mr Nesbitt, Mr Stewart and Mr Swann.

Mr Clarke voted for Mr M Bradley, Ms P Bradley, Mr K Buchanan, Mr T Buchanan, Mr Buckley, Ms Bunting, Mrs Cameron, Mrs Dodds, Mr Dunne, Mr Easton, Mrs Erskine, Mr Frew, Mr Givan, Mr Harvey, Mr Hilditch, Mr Humphrey, Mr Irwin, Mr Lyons, Miss McIlveen, Mr Middleton, Mr Newton, Mr Poots, Mr Rankin, Mr Robinson, Mr Storey, Mr Weir and Mr Wells [Teller, Ayes].

Mrs Kelly voted for Mrs S Bradley, Mr Catney, Mr Durkan, Ms Hunter, Ms Mallon, Mr McCrossan, Mr McGrath, Ms McLaughlin, Mr McNulty and Mr O'Toole.

Mr Lyttle voted for Ms Armstrong, Mr Blair, Ms Bradshaw [Teller, Noes], Mr Dickson, Mrs Long and Mr Muir.

Ms Ennis voted for Dr Archibald, Mr Boylan, Ms Brogan, Mr Delargy, Ms Dillon, Ms Dolan, Ms Ferguson, Ms Flynn, Mr Gildernew, Ms Hargey, Mr Kearney, Mr Kelly, Ms Kimmins, Mr McAleer, Mr McGuigan, Mr McHugh, Ms A Murphy, Mr C Murphy, Ms Ní Chuilín [Teller, Noes], Mr O'Dowd, Mrs O'Neill, Ms Reilly, Ms Rogan, Mr Sheehan and Ms Sheerin.

Miss Woods voted for Ms Bailey and Ms Sugden.

 

Northern Ireland Assembly

Papers Presented to the Assembly on 15 March 2022.

1. Acts of the Northern Ireland Assembly

2. Bills of the Northern Ireland Assembly

3. Orders in Council

4. Publications Laid in the Northern Ireland Assembly

Quarterly Sickness Absence in the Northern Ireland Civil Service October 2021 - December 2021 (Department of Finance)

5. Assembly Reports

Report of the Examiner of Statutory Rules to the Assembly and the Appropriate Committees Twentieth Report of Session 2021 – 2022 (NIA 203/17-22) (Examiner of Statutory Rules)

6. Statutory Rules

SR 2022/108 The Coronavirus Act 2020 (Extension of Provisions Relating to Local Authority Meetings) Order (Northern Ireland) 2022 (Department for Communities)

7. Written Ministerial Statements

8. Consultation Documents

9. Departmental Publications

10. Agency Publications

Northern Ireland Local Government Commissioner for Standards Annual Report 2019-20 (Northern Ireland Local Government Commissioner for Standards)

11. Westminster Publications

12. Miscellaneous Publications


Northern Ireland Assembly Legislation:

Stages in Consideration of Public Bills

First Stage: Introduction of Bill.

Second Stage: General debate of the Bill with an opportunity for Members to vote on its general principles.

Committee Stage (Comm. Stage): Detailed investigation by a Committee which concludes with the publication of a report for consideration by the Assembly.

Consideration Stage (CS): Consideration by the Assembly of, and an opportunity for Members to vote on, the details of the Bill including amendments proposed to the Bill.

Further Consideration Stage (FCS): Consideration by the Assembly of, and an opportunity for Members to vote on, further amendments to the Bill.

Final Stage: Passing or rejecting of Bill by the Assembly, without further amendment.

Royal Assent.

Proceedings as 15 March 2022

2017-2022 Mandate
Executive Bills        

  

Title &
   NIA Bill Number

  
  

First
   Stage

  
  

Second Stage

  
  

Comm. Stage to Conclude

  
  

Report Ordered to be Printed

  
  

CS

  
  

FCS

  
  

Final Stage

  
  

Royal Assent

  

Budget   Bill (NIA Bill 02/17-22)

24/02/20

25/02/20

/

/

02/03/20

03/03/20

09/03/20

26/03/20

Domestic   Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill (NIA Bill 03/17-22)

31/03/20

28/04/20

15/10/20

15/10/20

17/11/20

15/12/20

18/01/21

01/03/21

Private   Tenancies (Coronavirus Modifications) Bill (NIA Bill 04/17-22)

21/04/20

21/04/20

/

/

28/04/20

/

28/04/20

04/05/20

Budget   (No. 2) Bill (NIA Bill 05/17-22)

26/05/20

26/05/20

/

/

01/06/20

02/06/20

02/06/20

17/06/20

Housing   Amendment Bill (NIA Bill 06/17-22)

26/05/20

01/06/20

/

/

16/06/20

23/06/20

30/06/20

28/08/20

Pension   Schemes Bill (NIA Bill 07/17-22)

23/06/20

07/07/20

29/01/21

19/11/20

04/05/21

17/05/21

01/06/21

09/08/21

Executive   Committee (Functions) Bill (NIA Bill 08/17-22)

06/07/20

06/07/20

/

/

21/07/20

27/07/20

28/07/20

25/08/20

Budget   (No. 3) Bill

(NIA   Bill 09/17-22)

19/10/20

20/10/20

/

/

02/11/20

09/11/20

10/11/20

25/11/20

The   Licensing and Registration of Clubs (Amendment) Bill

(NIA   Bill 10/17-22)

19/10/20

03/11/20

15/05/21

13/05/21

08/06/21

21/06/21

29/06/21

26/08/21

The   Criminal Justice (Committal Reform) Bill (NIA Bill 11/17-22)

03/11/20

16/11/20

11/06/21

10/06/21

23/11/21

06/12/21

14/12/21

07/03/22

The   Harbours (Grants and Loans Limit) Bill (NIA Bill 12/17-22)

23/11/20

01/12/20

/

/

14/12/20

19/01/21

25/01/21

01/03/21

Protection from Stalking Bill (NIA Bill   14/17-22)

18/01/20

08/02/21

10/12/21

15/11/21

25/01/22

07/02/22

21/02/22

 

The Damages (Return on Investment) Bill (NIA   Bill 16/17-22)

01/03/21

09/03/21

28/10/21

21/10/21

15/11/21

29/11/21

07/12/21

02/02/22

Budget Bill (NIA Bill 17/17-22)

01/03/21

02/03/21

/

/

08/03/21

09/03/21

09/03/21

23/03/21

Health and Social Care Bill (NIA Bill   18/17/22)


  08/03/21

 

16/03/21

01/10/21

30/09/21

16/11/21

29/11/21

07/12/21

02/02/22

Horse Racing (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill   20/17-22)

13/04/21

26/04/21

28/01/22

14/10/21

16/11/21

29/11/21

07/12/21

02/02/22

The Financial Reporting (Departments and   Public Bodies) Bill (NIA Bill 21/17-22)

01/06/21

14/06/21

17/12/21

17/11/21

07/12/21

17/01/22

25/01/22

 

The Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Bill   (NIA Bill 22/17-22)

01/06/21

14/06/21

15/11/21

15/11/21

30/11/21

24/01/22

07/02/22

 

Budget (No.2) Bill (NIA Bill 24/17-22)

07/06/21

08/06/21

/

/

14/06/21

21/06/21

22/06/21

04/08/21

Local Government (Meetings and Performance)   Bill (NIA Bill 26/17-22)

14/06/21

22/06/21

/

/

28/06/21

05/07/21

06/07/21

26/08/21

Charities Bill (NIA Bill 27/17-22)

21/06/21

29/06/21

10/12/21

02/12/21

17/01/22

31/01/22

08/02/22

 

Climate Change (No. 2) Bill (NIA Bill   28/17-22)

05/07/21

27/09/21

28/01/22

20/01/22

01/02/22,   02/02/22, 07/02/22

28/02/22

09/03/22

 

Justice (Sexual Offences and Trafficking   Victims) Bill (NIA Bill 29/17-22)

05/07/21

13/09/21

28/01/22

27/01/22

15/02/22

07/03/22

15/03/22

 

Organ and Tissue (Deemed Consent) Bill (NIA   Bill 30/17-22)

05/07/21

20/09/21

21/01/22

16/12/21

24/01/22

01/02/22

08/02/22

 

Private Tenancies Bill (NIA Bill 32/17-22)

06/07/21

13/09/21

14/01/22

12/01/22

23/02/22

07/03/22

15/03/22

 

Betting, Gaming, Lotteries and Amusements   (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 36/17-22)

14/09/21

27/09/21

28/01/22

27/01/22

15/02/22

28/02/22

08/03/22

 

Adoption and Children Bill (NIA Bill 37/17-22)

20/09/21

05/10/21

28/01/22

27/01/22

14/02/22

07/03/22

15/03/22

 

Support for Mortgage Interest etc. (Security   for Loans) Bill (NIA Bill 42/17-22)

08/11/21

16/11/21

18/02/22

 

01/03/22

14/03/22

 

 

Non-domestic Rates Valuations (Coronavirus)   Bill (NIA Bill 44/17-22)

15/11/21

23/11/21

25/01/21

05/01/22

24/01/22

01/02/22

07/02/22

 

Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill (NIA   Bill 45/17-22)

15/11/21

30/11/21

/

/

14/12/21

19/01/22

24/01/22

 

Social Security (Terminal Illness) Bill (NIA   Bill 47/17-22)

29/11/21

07/12/21

/

/

14/12/21

19/01/22

24/01/22

 

Welfare Supplementary Payments (Amendment)   Bill (NIA Bill 50/17-22)

14/12/21

19/01/22

/

/

08/02/22

23/02/22

01/03/02

 

School Age Bill

(NIA Bill 52/17-22)

31/01/22

08/02/22

/

/

14/02/22

21/02/22

28/02/22

 

Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) Bill

(NIA Bill 53/17-22)

07/02/22

15/02/22

/

/

22/02/22

01/03/22

07/03/22

 

General Teaching Council (Directions) Bill

(NIA Bill 54/17-22)

14/02/22

22/02/22

/

/

28/02/22

08/03/22

15/03/22

 

Budget Bill

21/02/22

22/02/22

/

/

28/02/22

07/03/22

08/03/22

 

2017-2022 Mandate
Non-Executive Bills                 

  

Title &
   NIA Bill Number

  
  

First
   Stage

  
  

Second Stage

  
  

Comm. Stage to Conclude

  
  

Report Ordered to be Printed

  
  

CS

  
  

FCS

  
  

Final Stage

  
  

Royal Assent

  

Functioning   of Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (NIA Bill 01/17-22)

03/02/20

16/03/20

02/12/20

11/11/20

24/11/20

19/01/21

02/02/20

22/03/21

Assembly   Members (Remuneration Board) Bill

(NIA   Bill 13/17-22)

14/12/20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The   Severe Fetal Impairment Abortion (Amendment) Bill

(NIA   Bill 15/17-22)

16/02/21

15/03/21

19/11/21

11/11/21

14/12/21

 

 

 

Climate   Change Bill (NIA Bill 19/17-22)

22/03/21

10/05/21

17/12/21

08/12/21

 

 

 

 

The   Integrated Education Bill (NIA Bill 23/17-22)

01/06/21

06/07/21

24/11/21

24/11/21

19/01/22

24/02/22

09/03/22

 

Defamation   Bill (NIA Bill 25/17-22)

07/06/21

14/09/21

28/01/22

26/01/22

02/03/22

14/03/22

 

 

Autism   (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 31/17-22)

05/07/21

21/09/21

14/01/22

13/01/22

15/02/22

23/02/22

07/03/22

 

Small   Scale Green Energy Bill (NIA Bill 33/17-22)

06/07/21

28/09/21

28/01/22

 

 

 

 

 

Political   Appointments Bill (NIA Bill 34/17-22)

06/07/21

Bill fell at Second   Stage on 21/09/21

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abortion   Services (Safe Access Zones) Bill (NIA Bill 35/17-22)

13/09/21

12/10/21

28/01/22

27/01/22

02/03/22

14/03/22

 

 

Education   (Curriculum) (CPR and AED) Bill (NIA Bill 38/17-22)

04/10/21

08/11/21

02/02/22

02/02/22

 

 

 

 

Free   Period Products Bill (NIA Bill 39/17-22)

11/10/21

09/11/21

02/02/22

02/02/22

08/03/22

15/03/22

 

 

Hospital   Parking Charges Bill (NIA Bill 40/17-22)

18/10/21

22/01/21

28/02/22

24/02/22

09/03/22

 

 

 

Domestic   Abuse (Safe Leave) Bill

(NIA   Bill 41/17-22)

19/10/21

29/11/21

11/02/22

04/02/22

09/03/22

 

 

 

Hunting   of Wild Mammals Bill (NIA Bill 43/17-22)

09/11/21

Bill fell at Second   Stage on 06/12/21

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employment   (Zero Hours Workers and Banded Weekly Working Hours) Bill (NIA Bill 46/17-22)

15/11/21

31/01/22

25/03/22

 

 

 

 

 

Onshore   Fracking (Prohibition) Bill (NIA Bill 48/17-22)

29/11/21

08/02/22

22/03/22

 

 

 

 

 

Trade   Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill (NIA Bill 49/17-22)

30/11/21

Bill fell at Second   Stage on 01/03/22

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fair   Employment (School Teachers) Bill (NIA Bill 51/17-22)

17/01/22

02/03/22

25/03/22

11/03/22

15/03/22

 

 

 

Preservation   of Documents (Historical Institutions) Bill

(NIA   Bill 56/17-22)

09/03/22

14/03/22

/

/

 

 

 

 

/ Bills progressing by accelerated passage

 

PROXY VOTING NOTICES – TUESDAY 15 MARCH 2022

The following Members notified the Speaker, under Standing Order 112, that they wished to avail of proxy voting arrangements for the sitting on Tuesday 15 March 2022:

Steve Aiken

Cara Hunter

Andy Allen

William Irwin

Caoimhe   Archibald

Declan   Kearney

Kellie   Armstrong

Gerry Kelly

Clare Bailey

Liz Kimmins

Rosemary   Barton

Naomi Long

Doug Beattie

Gordon Lyons

Roy Beggs

Chris Lyttle***

John Blair

Nichola   Mallon

Cathal Boylan

Declan   McAleer

Maurice   Bradley

Daniel   McCrossan

Paula Bradley

Colin McGrath

Sinéad   Bradley

Philip   McGuigan

Paula   Bradshaw

Maolíosa   McHugh

Nicola Brogan

Michelle   McIlveen

Keith   Buchanan

Sinead   McLaughlin

Thomas   Buchanan

Justin   McNulty

Jonathan   Buckley

Gary   Middleton

Joanne   Bunting

Andrew Muir

Pam Cameron

Áine Murphy

Pat Catney

Conor Murphy

Alan Chambers

Mike Nesbitt

Pádraig   Delargy

Robin Newton

Stewart   Dickson*

Carál Ní   Chuilín

Linda Dillon

John O’Dowd****

Diane Dodds

Michelle   O’Neill

Jemma Dolan

Matthew   O’Toole

Stephen Dunne

Edwin Poots

Mark Durkan

Paul Rankin

Alex Easton

Aisling   Reilly

Sinéad   Ennis**

George   Robinson

Deborah   Erskine

Emma Rogan

Ciara   Ferguson

Pat Sheehan

Órlaithí   Flynn

Emma Sheerin

Paul Frew

John Stewart

Colm   Gildernew

Mervyn Storey

Paul Givan

Claire Sugden

Deirdre   Hargey

Robin Swann

Harry Harvey

Peter Weir

David   Hilditch

Jim Wells

William   Humphrey

 

*Stewart Dickson stipulated that he wished to avail of proxy voting arrangements after 1:00pm on 15 March 2022.
**Sinéad Ennis stipulated that she wished to avail of proxy voting arrangements before 4:00pm on 15 March 2022.
***Chris Lyttle stipulated that he wished to avail of proxy voting arrangements before 1:00pm on 15 March 2022.
***John O'Dowd stipulated that he wished to avail of proxy voting arrangements after 4:00pm on 15 March 2022.

 

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