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Order Paper

Date: 08 September 2020


1.   Prayers

2.   Question Time

2.1     Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs

2.2     Communities

2.3     Assembly Commission

 

3.   Private Members’ Business

Motion: Local Economy and Post-Brexit Preparedness

Proposed:

That this Assembly notes with concern recent comments from the Northern Ireland Business Brexit Working Group regarding the lack of technical and operational details available to local businesses concerning the changes that will come into force post-Brexit; recognises the very complex and unique characteristics of the local economy; is concerned by the precariousness of many of our small and medium enterprises at this time; and calls on the Minister for the Economy to establish urgently educational and training opportunities to enhance the capacity of local businesses to prepare for post-transition trading arrangements.

Dr Caoimhe Archibald
Mr Declan McAleer
Ms Martina Anderson
Ms Liz Kimmins

 

Motion: Public Inquiry into Muckamore Abbey Hospital

Proposed:

That this Assembly calls on the Minister of Health to establish a public inquiry, under the terms of the Inquiries Act 2005, into Muckamore Abbey Hospital in support of the families of residents who have campaigned for justice; and, in the interim, further calls on the Minister of Health to progress urgently the recommendations of the recent review of leadership and governance at Muckamore Abbey Hospital.

Ms Paula Bradshaw
Mr John Blair

 

4.   Adjournment

  • Recurring Flooding in the Newcastle Area

     Ms Emma Rogan

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