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Image for news article Kennedy gives go ahead for £330million A5 Dual Carriageway

Kennedy gives go ahead for £330million A5 Dual Carriageway

Ulster Unionist Regional Development Minister, Danny Kennedy, today announced his decision to proceed with two stretches of the A5 Western Transport Corridor dual carriageway project. This follows consideration of the Inspector’s Report into the A5...

Image for news article Ulster Unionists remember Claudy Bomb Victims

Ulster Unionists remember Claudy Bomb Victims

Ulster Unionist Justice Spokesperson, Tom Elliott, has commented on the 40th anniversary of the Claudy bombings in 1972 when the IRA murdered nine people. The Fermanagh and South Tyrone MLA said: ‘Today our thoughts are with the families...

Image for news article Kennedy decision fully endorsed by colleagues

Kennedy decision fully endorsed by colleagues

Ulster Unionist Assembly colleagues have fully endorsed the decision taken by the Regional Development Minister Danny Kennedy’s that the Department should not appeal against the ruling of the Fair Employment Tribunal which found against the...

Image for news article Kennedy decides not to appeal Lennon case ruling

Kennedy decides not to appeal Lennon case ruling

The Ulster Unionist Party's Regional Development Minister Danny Kennedy today confirmed that he would not appeal the Fair Employment Tribunal’s decision in a case brought by Dr Alan Lennon. In June the Tribunal upheld Dr Lennon’s...

Image for news article Hussey urges Facebook to remove offensive page

Hussey urges Facebook to remove offensive page

Ulster Unionist MLA Ross Hussey has supported calls that a grossly offensive Facebook page be closed down. The West Tyrone MLA said: “I have been made aware of the existence of a Facebook page called ’Dead baby...

Image for news article Hussey welcomes Police investigation into allegations of corruption

Hussey welcomes Police investigation into allegations of corruption

Ulster Unionist Policing spokesperson Ross Hussey has welcomed the Police investigation into allegations of corruption involving a number of officers in Cookstown, County Tyrone. The West Tyrone MLA said: “The Ulster Unionist Party welcomes the ongoing Police investigation...

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