In light of the public health situation, Parliament Buildings is closed to the public.

No public tours, events or visitor activities will take place, until further notice. 

Assembly business continues, check the business diary for information on Plenary and Committee meetings.

Order Paper

Reference: OP 72/11-15

Date: 28 May 2012

The Assembly to sit at noon.

Indicative Timings for Order of Business

1. Prayers

2. Executive Committee Business

Legislative Consent Motion: Finance Bill


That this Assembly agrees that the provisions in clause 189 of, and Schedule 23 to, the Finance Bill as introduced in the House of Commons on 10 May 2012, dealing with the devolution of Northern Ireland long haul rates of air passenger duty, should be considered by the UK Parliament.

Minister of Finance and Personnel

3. Committee Business

Motion: Report on Fuel Poverty


That this Assembly approves the Report of the Committee for Social Development on Fuel Poverty; and calls on the Minister for Social Development to implement its recommendations to ensure a strategic, cross-departmental and cross-sectoral approach is adopted to reduce and prevent fuel poverty.

Chairperson, Committee for Social Development

4. Question Time

4.1 Culture, Arts and Leisure

4.2 Regional Development

5. Private Members’ Business

Motion: ‘You Need to Know’ Campaign


That this Assembly views with concern the findings of the Northern Ireland based research carried out by the National Autistic Society into the mental health of children with autism for the 'You Need to Know' campaign; and calls on the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to take on board the main findings of the research as his Department prepares to implement the Autism Act (NI) 2011.

Mr D Bradley
Mr J Craig
Ms M Boyle
Mr K McCarthy
Mr R Hussey

6. Adjournment

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