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Daithí McKay


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From Rasharkin and educated at St Patrick’s 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 with the Single Use Carrier Bag Levy Act that led to the introduction of the levy in 2013.

He was previously the Sinn Féin spokesperson on the Environment and Education and now speaks for the party on the Economy.

Daithí 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.

Statements (331)

McKay pays tribute to work of carers23 June, 2016

Electoral Offices vital for local democracy - McKay20 June, 2016

McKay calls for flags erected at housing development to come down9 June, 2016

McKay welcomes lifting of lifetime blood ban2 June, 2016

NAMA Inquiry must continue - McKay26 May, 2016

Gallahers workers should be given help to find new jobs - McKay20 May, 2016

No one seriously believes British would replace EU funding - McKay19 May, 2016

McKay welcomes drop in unemployment figures18 May, 2016

SDLP manifesto a piece of pure fiction - McKay27 April, 2016

Fully independent commission into NAMA sale needed - McKay23 April, 2016

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