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Durkan encouraged by progress in FIT bowel screening for Northern Ireland

SDLP Health Spokesperson Mark H Durkan MLA said the response from Health Permanent Secretary, Richard Pengelly surrounding the implementation of FIT (Faecal Immunochemical Test) bowel screening in Northern Ireland is encouraging.
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Eastwood brings the message of John Hume to political activists in the United States

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood MLA has travelled to Atlanta, GA to engage with a number of student groups, local activists and members of the United States Congress. Mr Eastwood is due to take part in a Q&A panel with over 200 students, academics and community members, after the screening of 'In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America'.
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Hanna: Boris Johnson’s latest ‘dead cat’ typically moronic

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McGlone: Farms across the North threatened by Brexit

SDLP Spokesperson for Agriculture and Rural affairs Patsy McGlone MLA has said that farms right across the North are under serious threat as we hurtle towards a 'no deal' Brexit. Mr McGlone added, if we fail to get our local devolved institutions up and running, an unmitigated brexit will be felt across farms for generations.
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Catney says Britain First protest will not deter him from fulfilling his democratic duties

SDLP MLA Pat Catney has condemned the protest by Britain First outside his constituency office in Lisburn on Saturday. Mr Catney said that whilst the motive of the protest is unclear, that it will not deter him from fulfilling his democratic duties for all sections of society.
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