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Daithí McKay


Daithí McKay


From Rasharkin and educated at St Patricks Rasharkin and St Louis in Ballymena, Daithí has been an MLA for North Antrim since 2007.

 The 31 year old is currently the Chair of the Assembly’s Finance and Personnel Committee and also sits on the Public Accounts Committee. He is one of the only Assembly members to have successfully passed his own Private Members Bill in the form of the Single Use Carrier Bag Levy Act that led to the introduction of the levy in 2013.

 He was the previous party spokesperson on the Environment and Education and now speaks for the party on the Economy.

He has been a full time worker for Sinn Féin in North Antrim for ten years and his constituency priorities include the development of north coast tourism, the upgrading of the A26, rural planning and issues concerning the Antrim and Causeway hospitals.

Constituency Office:
12 Main Street
County Antrim
BT44 9AA
Phone: 028 2765 7198
Mon- Fri 9.30am – 4.30pm

Stormont office:
Room 330
Parliament Buildings
Phone: 02890521419

Last updated 4th July 2013

Statements (245)

Whole community being let down by offensive remarks - McKay27 April, 2015

McKay tables anti-Fracking motion in Assembly20 April, 2015

McKay condemns Ballycastle security alert5 March, 2015

McKay welcomes extra funding for Railway Street centre18 February, 2015

McKay calls on Justice Minister to reinstate Addiction Centre funding3 February, 2015

Sinn Féin lobbying for Ballycastle Wi-Fi delivers2 February, 2015

Sinn Féin lobbying for Ballycastle Wi-Fi delivers2 February, 2015

McKay disappointed by Durkan’s refusal to meet residents on solar farm2 February, 2015

I will not be deflected from my duties - Daithí McKay28 January, 2015

MLAs should be prepared to accept wage reductions - McKay27 January, 2015

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