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SDLP Foyle MP Mark Durkan has tabled a parliamentary motion at Westminster expressing his “deep appreciation” for the ongoing work of Anti-Slavery International – which last week celebrated its 175th anniversary and is now the world's oldest international human rights organisation.
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McGlone: Efforts needed to win construction workers back home

SDLP Mid Ulster MLA Patsy McGlone said news of a skills shortage in the North’s construction sector comes as little surprise given so many highly skills workers from the industry have emigrated in search of jobs.
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McGlone: Ulster Bank’s IT system woes ‘like a broken record’

SDLP Mid Ulster MLA Patsy McGlone says the latest wave of technical problems for Ulster Bank customers is “simply unacceptable” given recent pledges to improve the bank’s IT system.
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McKinney: Time to tackle cancer drugs inequality

SDLP health spokesperson Fearghal McKinney has again raised the need for the health minister Edwin Poots to address the inequalities concerning cancer drug treatment in Northern Ireland.
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Donnelly in appeal to catch ‘disgusting’ fly tippers

SDLP Councillor Geraldine Donnelly has branded fly tippers dumping rubbish in the Slieve Gullion area as “disgusting”, and urges anyone who spots such illegal activity to report it.
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