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  • Chris and his colleagues supporting the IF campaign
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  • The cranes at Harland and Wolff - East Belfast
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  • Chris helping to bring the G8 Youth Summit communique to the Assembly
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It is my pleasure to support the important work of the Alzheimer's Society and the 'Right to Know' Campaign. I took the opportunity at Assembly Question Time on Monday 20th April to ask the Minister of Heath, Social Services and Public Safety how he is supporting the campaign and people living with dementia in Northern Ireland.


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On 15 April, I attended a launch event for the 'Right to Know' campaign, which seeks to ensure that every person with a dementia diagnosis in Northern Ireland receives their due information and support. At the launch, which featured a new information booklet, a Dementia Support Worker also spoke about the benefits of early diagnosis and post-diagnosis support.


Teenage Dreams

As part of a community art and music project, young people are restoring the Teenage Dreams mural at Bridge End in East Belfast. Lyttle welcomed the project, calling it a message of hope, an opportunity for youth involvement and a celebration of the community's musical heritage.


I am not the only Christian who recognises that the proposed so-called Conscience Clause Bill is not a reasonable accommodation of faith and equality.


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Chris in the constituency