Northern Ireland Assembly


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Northern Ireland Assembly

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Northern Ireland Assembly the devolved legislature of Northern Ireland, located at Stormont in Belfast
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An Electoral Commission spokesman said: "We are very concerned about the Government's proposed postponement of the requirement to call a Northern Ireland Assembly election.
When the UK leaves the EU, there is nothing stopping the Welsh Assembly, Scottish Parliament, Northern Ireland Assembly, and even the UK Parliament continuing to transpose EU Directives in the similar way that Norway can choose whether or not to.
NEITHER the Northern Ireland Assembly nor the Scottish Parliament are happy with the English vote to leave the EU.
NEITHER the Northern Ireland Assembly or the Scottish Parliament are happy with the English vote to leave the EU.
Here are some of the major polls voters have - and will - take part in: ?September 18, 2014: Scottish independence referendum ?May 7, 2015: General election, plus local elections in England ?May 5, 2016: Scottish Parliament elections, Welsh assembly, Northern Ireland assembly, local authorities in England.
They believe Welsh politicians should be given a similar option to their counterparts in the Northern Ireland assembly, who are allowed to take a pledge of office.
Officials said the Northern Ireland Assembly had agreed a pension age of 55, unlike other parts of the UK where one of 60 has been imposed.
However, Gerry Adams said that he is proud of the tough decisions the Northern Ireland Assembly has had to take.
She was formerly deputy speaker of the first Northern Ireland Assembly and head of the European Commission Office in Northern Ireland.
There will also be elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly, the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly.
Thomas, 16, from Acklam, contributed to the manifesto of the youth parliament, visited the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont, consulted on the campaigns and policy of the UK Youth Parliament and chaired a committee of Youth Parliamentary members discussing its defence policy.

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