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Political Platform 
April/May 2014
Strangford MLA David McNarry is UKIP's sole representitive at Stormont. His political career began as a UUP councillor for Ards West (1995-2001) and then he worked as...

McNarry on Jobs & Racism – both not on!
8th April 2014
The serious community concerns spread across Belfast over inequitable employment in the Shipyard could be a microcosm of deep rooted feelings throughout Northern Ireland. Our Government...

McNarry demands clarification on 500 foreign workers being employed in Belfast harbour on oil rigs
7th April 2014
UKIP leader describes Alliance slur of racism as its latest insult to the people of East Belfast.  David McNarry MLA, UKIP’s leader in Northern Ireland, has said he has been contacted by East Belfast
...

UKIP Northern Ireland 2014 European and Local Goverment Policy Document
April 2014
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McNarry welcomes great news that Ards is included in Social Housing Bonanza
1st April 2014
Strangford MLA David McNarry says it is great news that Clanmill Housing Association is investing £180 million in building new social housing. Mr McNarry commented “The news is better all...

New Sitting Councillor for UKIP
28th March 2014
David McNarry gives a warm welcome to John Montgomery, a sitting Councillor, joining the growing UKIP team. John will be an influential candidate in the forthcoming council election for North Down...

Letter to editor Newsletter 
RE: Letter from East Belfast regarding UKIP's turn on marriage
27th March 2014
I am surprised that the News Letter would print a letter from East Belfast voter which is so far away from the truth it smacks of malicious mischief making as the real intent. The paper is...

Mr McNarry asked the Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure what steps she has taken to promote poetry
27th March 2014
Ms Ní Chuilín: I thank the Member for his question. DCAL promotes poetry in a variety of ways through a range of our arm's-length bodies. In 2013, a number of specific projects featuring poetry and other forms of... 

UKIP is strongly opposed to the creation of a European Public Prosecutor.
14th March 2014
The European Public Prosecutor (EPP) is presently designed to supplant the British investigatory and prosecutorial authorities in any case involving fraud or misappropriation...

McNarry asks for separate A&E holding centres for alcohol and drug abusers - Minister says no plans
6th March 2014
UKIP MLA David McNarry in an effort to protect patients from unruly behaviour in A & E units asked the Health Minister to separate alcohol and drug abusers from other patients waiting to be seen in A & E. Maybe the Minister misunderstood the intention behind the question. See below Q & A from Minister. 

McNarry challenges Ford over OTR's after Chief Constable's comments at policing board
6th March 2014
David McNarry MLA, UKIP’s leader in Northern Ireland, has said :
“The Chief Constable’s firm assertion today that the Policing Board was fully briefed on the OTRs left in no doubt that it was...

To truly understand UKIP's appeal you need to go much deeper
5th March 2014
The roots of this revolt can be traced back over decades. Divides in the social and economic experiences of voters have appeared, their values and priorities have been widening, and a new electorate...

OTRs: Robinson says police and Northern Ireland Office may have acted unlawfully
4th March 2014
The NIO and the PSNI may have been acting unlawfully in sending ‘comfort letters’ to IRA fugitives, the First Minister has suggested. Speaking in the Assembly yesterday, Peter Robinson again 

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